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FMoPA Book Club - February

Are you ready for our first dark novel?

Cass Neary "lived [her] entire life expecting the worst, knowing it will happen, seeing it happen. Making it happen, people used to think, then photographing it and making other people see it too." - Elizabeth Hand

"What happens when you endlessly reproduce a photographic image?
Generation loss - the original negative decays with time, every new image is a more degraded version of what you started with." - Elizabeth Hand

"Cass is a refugee from a lost generation, the generation of the New York Dolls and the Sex Pistols, of Television and Blondie, of Performance Studio and CBGBs. Her passions were born in the latter days of Arbus and the early days of Mapplethorpe, but she never quite became who she should have been, because death was her best muse, and she couldn't whistle a happy tune and wander away from all the pills and potions that crossed her lips. Even her loves got lost, the last one vanishing in acrimony and then, on the brink of reconciliation, the World Trade Center, a personal loss amidst a global one." - Matthew Cheney

If you enjoy mysteries and you would like to follow a story where punk rock meets photography meets murder, pick up this crime fiction novel and get ready for the suspense.

Join us for another interesting discussion!

Parking: $5 at the Rivergate Tower garage if you have your ticket stamped at FMoPA. Parking is FREE on the street during weekends if you park north of Kennedy Blvd.

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  • Stacey M.

    I'm sorry I can't make it this time

    February 15, 2013

  • Stacey M.

    should be able to make it - where is the location?

    February 11, 2013

    • Jannette

      Sorry, I forgot to add it, we meet at Sono, at the Tampa Museum of Art, no fee required to visit the cafe.

      February 11, 2013

    • Stacey M.

      Thanks. I'm 75 percent sure I'll make it

      February 11, 2013

  • Pamela

    Out of town from Feb 13-20, but hope to make the next one. Really enjoy this group!

    February 6, 2013

    • Jannette

      Hope to see you soon!

      February 11, 2013

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