The Friends of the Julian library are pleased to be featuring internationally acclaimed author and local resident Don Winslow as the speaker for the annual meeting being held on Saturday, February 25 at 1:00 PM at the Julian Library. Winslow will be speaking about story structure for writers, readers, and film-goers.
Don Winslow is a New York Times bestselling author. His most recent novel, The Cartel, was awarded the LA Times Book Award, the Steel Bajjer Award, and slated as a film directed by Ridley Scott. Locally Don is known for his involvement in theater by directing and adapting plays for younger performers. These include A Christmas Carol, the Shakespeare play at Spencer Valley School and musical and theatrical productions at Julian High School.
Winslow has written seventeen novels, including The Kings of Cool, Savages, The Winter of Frankie Machine and the highly acclaimed epic, The Power of the Dog. Two of his books have been made into movies and four others are listed as “pre-production” or “in development.”
Come hear some of Winslow’s tricks of the trade and support the Friends of the Julian Library.