Uncategorized | November 27, 2015
At the Teton County Public Library, Ordway Auditorium, Jackson, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 6 p.m.
Teton County Library’s Teton Writers series presents Jackson author, Greg Zeigler, who will read select passages from his new novel, “Some Say Fire,” the sequel to his eco-thriller, “A Straw that Broke.” The reading will be followed by a Q&A with Zeigler on topics ranging from the writing process to the environmental and social issues surrounding drought in the American West. Refreshments will be served, and a book signing will follow with books available for purchase.
“Some Say Fire” pits former police officer Susan Brand and private investigator Jake Goddard against nefarious arsonists setting forest fires in the drought-stricken Southwest. Bodies are found in the fires, each with an arrow through the chest. Who are the murderers taking advantage of climate change to spread terror and cause widespread destruction? Goddard and Brand rush to discover the truth before more innocent people die and a conflagration devours the Southwest.
“Greg Zeigler is a rising star in penning modern environmental thrillers. Strap yourself in as he takes us on another green thrill ride,” writes Todd Wilkinson, journalist, environmentalist, and author of “Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek.”
About Greg Zeigler
Zeigler is a life-long educator, writer, speaker and environmentalist. He is a former National Outdoor Leadership School instructor and Executive Director of the Teton Science School in Jackson. Zeigler holds a B.A. from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, PA, and a Masters of Education from the University of Utah.
Zeigler’s first book, a travel memoir, “Travels with Max: In Search of Steinbeck’s America Fifty Years Later” inspired a film by Zeigler titled “Steinbeck Country.” The film recently won an award of merit from the Best Shorts Film Competition and has been selected for a screening at the Borrego Springs Film Festival in Borrego Springs, Calif., in January 2016.
Library programs are free and open to the community with support from donations, large and small, to the Teton County Library Foundation. For information about Teton Writers, contact Adult Program Coordinator, Leah Shlachter,email@example.com, 307-733-2164 x229.