A Literary Series Event
Tuesday, February 1, 2022
Johann Fust Community Library – Loggia and Courtyard
Daly Walker has released his second collection of short stories, The Doctor’s Dilemma. Daly creates poignant worlds shimmering with hope, pathos, trauma, and healing in this engrossing collection of short stories. Englightenment and introspection pervade these stories, shaping their physician-protagonists’ outlooks. They help readers to understand that all doctors stand in the shadow of the Hippocratic Oath. With their focus on issues of morality and mortality, the stories dramatize the lifelong commitment made by those who practice medicine.
Daly’s short stories have appeared in numerous literary publications, including The Atlantic Monthly and The Saturday Evening Post. They have been shortlisted for Best American Short Stories, a Pushcart Prize, and an O’Henry Award. His first published collection of stories was titled Surgeon Stories. Daly teaches a ﬁction writer’s workshop at Dartmouth College in Osher@Dartmouth’s summer program.
Daly’s talk will be followed by a book signing and reception.
IMPORTANT: Please note the Library Foundation’s health and safety protocols.
Although the event is offered at no charge, tickets are required.
This live event is fully booked. To be placed on a waiting list please call the Foundation office at 941-964-0211
You can opt to view via LIVE STREAM because that option has unlimited space.
This event is fully booked.