06:30 PM - 08:00 PM on Tue, 19 Jan 2021
Join the North Carolina Humanities Council on January 19 at 6:30 PM for "Whose Water Is it Anyway?,” an interactive panel discussion on drought, water rights, our water supply, and other themes present in their “Watershed Moments: Statewide Read” novel "The Water Knife" by Paolo Bacigalupi.
This virtual, free event features award-winning writer and NC State Professor John Kessel, author Jacqui Castle, and NC Drought Management Advisory Council member Klaus Albertin in a conversation moderated by Charlotte Readers Podcast host Landis Wade.
Want to be part of the conversation? Submit your questions to North Carolina Humanities Council’s Facebook and Twitter pages (@NCHumanities) using #WatershedMoments before the start of the event. If they select your question to be answered during the event, you’ll receive an exclusive environmental-themed prize!
Need a copy of the book?
The North Carolina Humanities Council's “Watershed Moments: Statewide Read” is a statewide book club that invites you to read "The Water Knife" by Paolo Bacigalupi and "Dry" by Jarrod and Neal Shusterman as the jumping-off point for meaningful conversations about matters in our communities and state.
1. Claim your free e-book copy of both books using this registration form while supplies last: https://bit.ly/2X9vDLH
2. For a limited time Bookmarks is offering 20% off hard copies of both books. Use the discount code 21WATER at checkout to claim this offer.
a. Buy "The Water Knife": https://www.bookmarksnc.org/book/9780804171533
b. Buy "Dry": https://www.bookmarksnc.org/book/9781481481977