Dachauer’s work of fiction was inspired by the spiritual questioning and grief he endured after the unexpected death of his wife, Jennifer, in February 2010.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) September 01, 2011
"Dachauer explores the fragility of life and the complexity of love with grace, honesty and soul.” Ben Siegel, Editor, Block Club
David Dachauer, first-time author and employee of Buffalo State College Campus Services, will talk about his recently published novel, Tether Me Not, at 7:00 p.m. on September 29th at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
Published by Dallas-based, independent publisher, Brown Books Publishing Group, Dachauer’s work of fiction was inspired by the spiritual questioning and grief he endured after the unexpected death of his wife, Jennifer, in February 2010.
Barnes & Noble, Talking Leaves and Amazon.com currently carry the novel, as well as Inspiration Point and Dog Ears Bookstore. The book was released in early August 2011. Copies will be for sale at the Burchfield Penney the evening of Dachauer’s talk.
The Burchfield Penney has broadened its range of commitments and activities, while maintaining its focus on the work of Charles E. Burchfield. In addition to its visual arts offerings, the Burchfield Penney regularly presents concerts, literary readings, lectures, symposia, workshops, and special events. This diverse programming provides artists, students, scholars, collectors, and the general public with a way to learn and exchange ideas about how Western New York art reflects American aesthetics and culture. The new Burchfield Penney Art Center opened in late 2008 on the campus of Buffalo State College.