Friday, March 8 at 7:00pm
Join us to hear Eva Hagberg Fisher, author of How to Be Loved: A Memoir of Lifesaving Friendship (HMH, $24).
An Entertainment Weekly Most Anticipated Book
In her acclaimed debut, Eva Hagberg Fisher writes about the life-changing experience of undiagnosed illness and isolation in a time of crisis. How to Be Loved is a story of heartbreak and healing intertwined with a medical mystery. At the age of thirty, Eva Hagberg Fisher’s life was thrown off-course when an undiscovered mass in her brain suddenly erupted. This inspiring memoir details the journey that followed and the friendships that she discovered along the way.
Eva Hagberg Fisher’s writing has appeared in the New York Times, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Tin House, Wallpaper, Wired, and Dwell. She holds degrees in architecture from UC Berkeley and Princeton.
Matt Luck, a Tucson architect who works with Studio Rick Joy, will be joining Eva Hagberg Fisher in discussion.
“It is the revelation that love can be unconditional and profound that makes this memoir stand out from many similar ones. A well-written, emotionally uplifting tale of friendships, extreme illnesses, and understanding what love truly means.” —Kirkus Reviews