Between Tides: A Reading & Conversation with author Angel Khoury
We are pleased to present the Outer Banks' newest novelist, Angel Khoury, for an evening celebrating her debut novel- Between Tides -in the historic second floor courtroom of the Dare County Arts Council in downtown Manteo. Angel will be reading from her book and talking with Downtown Books owner Jamie Hope Anderson about the novel, her process, life in a small town and more. Tickets to this event will go on sale May 15, 2021. Due to constantly changing Covid protocol, we do not have a firm number yet on how many tickets will be available. Each ticket includes a copy of Between Tides. Angel will be signing books before and after the event and additional copies will be available for purchase. We will post the ticket link here in May for this once-in-a-blue-moon event. To pre-order a signed copy of the book for pick up at Downtown Books the week of August 10, please click on the book link below.
A Suffolk, VA, native, Angel Khoury has lived on the Outer Banks for more than 40 years. A summer as dishwasher at the Avalon Fishing Pier, waves washing below her feet while reading MacNeill's The Hatterasman propped above the sink, convinced her to stay. She became associate editor of the Coastland Times, editor and publisher of Outer Banks Magazine, author of Manteo: A Roanoke Island Town and a board member of the non-profit Outer Banks Conservationists. A graduate of the University of Virginia she also attended Randolph-Macon Woman's College. She lives on Roanoke Island, surrounded by history, among friends both living and dead.
Thanks to our friends at the Dare County Arts Council for partnering with us and providing a beautiful space in which this special event can take place.