MFP’s Lit Chat series continues with a discussion of Charlie Berger’s memoir, Born to Go, tracing his life from a Brooklyn childhood in the ’40s to a veterinary career in Berkeley, California. Being a vet gave him access to two wolf pups that he raised in Vermont, and Iditarod sled dog races that he worked for many years.
Please join us on Zoom at 3:00 p.m. Pacific time on Sunday, October 15th for a reading of selections from the memoir, and to talk with Charlie and his wife Erin about his book and other life exploits, such as world travel and lecturing.
“A larger-than-life personality himself, Charlie’s exploits will leave you positively breathless as you skitter across the globe with him on long-distance sled dog races or white-water paddles. . . Nothing about Charlie Berger is ordinary so don’t be surprised to find his life story, (extra)ordinary as well.” Skip Sturman, free-lance writer, world traveler, retired director of Career Services at Dartmouth College.
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Lit Chat is a series of get-togethers on Zoom where you, the reader, can chat with the authors about their books. We will get together from time to time, and each meeting will feature a particular book or author(s). We will record the events and post them on our website.
UPCOMING: Our next Lit Chat event will feature poets published in our soon-to-be-published Mud Flat Verse anthology. Date and time to be announced. Subscribe to MFP news (with the form in the right sidebar) to be notified about this and more.