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Library postpones Cerulean’s opening talk of lecture series
A talk by celebrated environmental author Susan Cerulean, who was slated to speak Thursday night at the Apalachicola Margaret Key Library as the first feature of the Susan Buzzett Clementson Author Series, has been postponed.
“It has been postponed due to weather,” read a Wednesday morning release from PALS (Patrons of the Apalachicola Library Society,). “We will try to reschedule this event in the spring.”
Cerulean has written three award-winning books, weaving her work in wildlife conservation with personal stories and life events, In her latest release “I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird: A Daughter’s Memoir,” Cerulean finds parallels in caring for her ailing father, and volunteering as a shorebird steward in Apalachicola Bay.
Cerulean holds degrees in biology and horticulture. Her continued volunteering with the St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge informs her work, as does her understanding of the environmental concerns facing Apalachicola Bay. She currently splits time between Tallahassee and Indian Pass.
The Susan Buzzett Clementson Author Series brings authors into the library to present their work.
More information about PALS and library events can be found at apalachicolalibrary.com. Information on Susan Cerulean can be found at comingtopass.com