Award-winning author Amor Towles to speak about bestseller ‘The Lincoln Highway’ at Civic Center

Marga Lincoln for the Independent Record

There are all kinds of journeys of discovery.

And New York Times best-selling author Amor Towles is the master of many.

He has a gift for pulling readers head and heart first into his novels as soon as they crack open the cover.

With “The Lincoln Highway,” he has written yet another irresistible page-turner, and Helenans will get to hear him tell the inside story about how he did it.

“The Lincoln Highway” debuted in 2021 at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. It was also a New York Times Notable Book for 2021 and was chosen as a best book of 2021 by NPR.

Towles will discuss his writing process with Montana writer Russell Rowland during a free public talk sponsored by Lewis & Clark Library at 7 p.m. Monday, April 25, at the Helena Civic Center.

Rowland is a critically-acclaimed author of six books and is also a literary podcast host, writer and host of an NPR radio program.

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