KI Estates Book Group presents author
STEVENSVILLE — The Kent Island Estates Community Association Book Group will present Benjamin Warner,. author of the newly released suspense novel “Thirst,” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Kent Island Library.
“Thirst” is a post-apocalyptic tale of a suburban couple who suddenly find themselves struggling to survive in a world where there is no water. Recently released to international audiences, “Thirst” was named the “Thriller of the Week” in the London Mail newspaper.
Warner is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Cornell University’s MFA program. A lecturer at Towson University, he teaches courses in compostition, environmental writing and fiction writing. He is the advisor to the Towson University Urban Farm and Veg Club. His works have appeared in Salon.com, Washington Post Magazine and Punchnel’s, among others.
“Thirst,” published by Bloomsbury Press in April 2016, is Warner’s first novel. An Annapolis native, Warner now lives in Baltimore. His parents live in Stevensville.
Books will be available for sale and autographs.