MEDIA ADVISORY: Hear September Williams MD-Author Read Her Groundbreaking Novel “Chasing Mercury”

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CHICAGO and SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8, 2017 — This Thursday and Friday at 8PM, September Williams, physician-author and bioethicist, reads from her novel Chasing Mercury–during the premiere of the exhibition Post/11/9 The New Now [NOW]. Co-founded by Asya Abdrahman and Nellie King Solomon, the [NOW] Collective launches a yearlong, interactive, international, traveling installation starting at Connect Gallery, Hyde Park. The [NOW] opening weekend begins at 6:00 Thursday 11/9 to Sunday 11/12/2017.  [NOW] gives voice to artists, writers and thinkers, awakened the morning of 11/9/2016, by the gravity of the US Presidential Election results.

A member of the National Writers Union (AFL-CIO,UAW/1981) and affiliate of the International Federation of Journalists, September lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and is fresh from the Geneva, CH United Nations Minamata Convention on Mercury conference, resuming the Chasing Mercury book tour. Dr. Williams is tied to Chicago by her training in medicine and film—Cook County Hospital, Chicago Medical School, Columbia College and University of Chicago MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics.

Chasing Mercury by September Williams is a romance-suspense-memoir about love in the time of mercury poisoning.  It is the first book of a “Toxic Trilogy.” A Black epileptic ballerina and a Powwow dancer whistleblower journalist meet in the Montreal Airport. They are both scheduled to dance in Berlin, 1973, Cold War Berlin. Reader Reviewers say, Chasing Mercury is about falling in love and into a life of daring… an exploration of our deepest emotions pulling you headlong into a journey leaving you waiting eagerly for the next book in the series… the best of the romance genre, wrapped in an introduction to human and environmental rights…a lyrical, erotic and embodied prose of resistance and resilience…Oh so relevant to [NOW].

Chasing Mercury, Cove International Publishers, ebook/audio editions, all major retailers, including Amazon/Audible. Part of Chasing Mercury proceeds are donated to Free Grassy, Green Action, and Post/11/9 The New Now [NOW].

Contact: September Williams (tel) 1-415-505-2310/ Sarah Kornfeld (tel) 1-415-542-8873

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Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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