DGPL seats for this event are at capacity; however, this event is presented as part of a library consortium; all of the libraries involved have the same access. The following libraries have registration space open, and we are trying to fill other libraries' seats first, so you can cancel your DGPL reservation and re-register at one of the following libraries:
St. Charles Public Library: http://scpld.libnet.info/event/4921121
Normal Public Library: https://www.normalpl.org/kotlowitz
Mr. Kotlowitz is known for There Are No Children Here, An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago, and an Emmy-winning documentary The Interrupters. Our fireside chat will be moderated by Pulitzer Prize winning Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich. Alex and Mary will have a forty-five minute wide-ranging discussion followed by about fifteen minutes to answer your questions.
Registration limited to DGPL cardholders. Registration may open to non-cardholders one week before the event.
- You may submit up to two questions for Mr. Kotlowitz; there will be a space to add them during registration.
- Questions must be received no later than April 28.
- Space is limited. If you register and can no longer attend, please cancel your registration to allow for other attendees.
- If you will be watching together via the same screen, you only need to register one person.
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Registration with email address is required. This program will be presented through a live Zoom webinar. The webinar link and password will be emailed to participants the day before the program. If you do not receive it by 5:00 p.m. the previous day, please contact the library.
Virtual programs adhere to the Library's Video and Photography Policy. Participants should be aware of their privacy settings before logging into the program.
DGPL staff will be monitoring email before the program to assist with logon issues.