Butterfly Stitching (2014, Debut Novel)
Thursday July 10th, 2014 | 6:00-8:00PM
694 Wine & Spirit | 694 N. Milwaukee | Chicago, IL 60642
Please join Pasfarda for a reading and Q&A of the debut novel by Pasfarda's co-founder and board member Shermin Nahid Kruse: Butterfly Stitching (2014, WaterBird Press).
Books available for purchase and signing.
*About the book:
Butterfly Stitching, was inspired by the true experiences of the author herself and the women in her family and circle of friends. Through a stunning tapestry of the horrors of political oppression, a terrifying secret police, an inspiring forbidden love, and the realities of war, Butterfly Stitching weaves the tale of Sahar and Samira. Daughter and mother. And through the strength, beauty and imagination of these remarkable women, reveals Iran herself.
*About the Author:
Shermin Kruse was born in Iran and began writing poetry as a child, where she lived in the midst of a bloody war with neighboring Iraq and under the control of Iran's post-revolutionary secret police. After a childhood spent dodging rockets and the morality police, her family immigrated with little more than a few suitcases. Post immigration, Kruse rose in the ranks of the professional world. She obtained her law degree from the prestigious University of Michigan Law School, cum laude, and partnered at the top tier Chicago firm of Barack Ferrazzano at a very young age.
Today's Chicago Woman Magazine (TCW)
named Shermin Kruse to its list of "100 Women of Inspiration." This list is a diverse group of intelligent, hardworking and powerful Chicago women:
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