Sometimes truth is more serendipitous, riveting, and heart-wrenching, than any fiction you could possibly conjure.
For irrefutable proof of this phenomenon, join us on Saturday August 26th at 4 pm.
We’ll be welcoming acclaimed author and dear friend Meredith May, who will screen a short film and talk about her book, I Who Did Not Die, a true tale of a child soldier who risked his life to save an enemy during the Iran-Iraq War.
Not to be missed!
RSVP for this event here or by calling 831-667-2574.
The Henry Miller Library guarantees all guests the broadest possible latitude to speak, write, listen, challenge, and learn. It is not the proper role of the Library to attempt to shield individuals from ideas and opinions they find unwelcome, disagreeable, or even deeply offensive. There are many books and stories to read, to write, to tell, and to listen to.
We hope to learn from different ideas, why and how they come to be, and what values they’re premised on. To always critique and argue in good-faith. Some ‘binaries’ that we propose on our bookshelves are: Capitalism vs. Socialism | Keynesian economics vs. Classical economics | Deontology vs. Consequentialism | Empiricism vs. Rationalism | Liberalism vs. Conservatism | Democracy vs. Authoritarianism | Cartesianism vs. Darwinism | Realism vs. Romanticism | Classicism vs. Modernism | Objectivism vs. Relativism | Virtue ethics vs. Deontological ethics | Monotheism/Polytheism/Pantheism | Protestantism vs. Catholicism | Atheism vs. Theism What a wonderful world!