Lectures and Book Signings with Northwest Authors Dec. 3 at the Museum of Flight

. November 30, 2016

SEATTLE – On Dec. 3 the Museum presents “Words on Wings,” a literary event with four Pacific Northwest aviation-themed writers. The authors will give individual presentations on the hour from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Their subjects range from histories of Seattle aviation, to solo transcontinental flights and the first female fighter ace. The programs are free with admission to the Museum, and the authors’ books will be available for sale.

Schedule
11 a.m.
Tim Nelson’s new title, “Jet City Rewind,” digs into the aviation archeology of the Seattle area from the dawn of human flight to today.
12 p.m.
John Fredrickson will discuss his latest Images of Aviation title, “Boeing,” which explores the 100 year history of this aerospace giant.
1 p.m.
Harry Anderson’s “Flying 7 Continents Solo” is the fascinating account of a pilot flying alone around the world in a small single-engine plane, across oceans and through foreign countries, to achieve the rare goal of landing on all seven continents.
2 p.m.
S.J. McCormack explores this history of Russian female World War II aviators in the novel, “Night Witch,” and will preview her newest work about the White Lily of Stalingrad, the world’s first female fighter pilot ace.

For Museum information, please call 206-764-5720 or visit www.museumofflight.org

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