Literary Treason: The Writing of Bess Streeter Aldrich

Presented by Dolores Hydock, actress, speaker and storyteller

This program looks at the life and work of Bess Streeter Aldridge, a Nebraska writer of the 1930s who accomplished what few others did: While she raised her family as a single mother, she had a successful, self-supporting career as a female writer during the first half of the 20th century. The program describes her early life and later career success, and includes a telling of “Juno’s Swans,” Aldrich’s funny, touching short story that’s a reminder that there’s no disaster like an elementary school play, and no friend as important as your best friend when you’re ten years old.

45 minutes in length.

Contact Dolores Hydock to book this presentation 
(205) 951-7757