Boston Public Library to Host Authors and Lecturers in November
Dennis Lehane among the writers, research experts, and other speakers to visit Copley Square
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November 05, 2012
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During November, the Boston Public Library will host author and lecture events at the Central Library in Copley Square, located at 700 Boylston Street. Boston Globe architecture critic Robert Campbell and photographer Peter Vanderwarker speak on November 13 in the Lowell Lecture series, part of the library’s citywide Building Boston initiative. Bestselling author and Boston Public Library trustee Dennis Lehane finishes out the month with an appearance on November 29.

The complete schedule of upcoming events at Boston Public Library locations is available at November author appearances and lectures at the Central Library are as follows:

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