Friday, August 19 2022

2:00 PM   |  Don Tatzin Community Hall

Lafayette Library and
Learning Center Foundation


Daniel Stone - Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic

Explore Daniel Stone’s new book SINKABLE: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic – a dive into the incredible culture of shipwrecks in human history. Using the world’s most famous wreck, the Titanic, as a lens to explore the topic, SINKABLE is part narrative history and part adventure, filled with colorful characters and fascinating science that reveals a crucial part of the Titanic’s story almost no one ever examines: what happened after the ship sank.

Brimming with humor, curiosity and wit, Sinkable follows in the tradition of Susan Orlean and Bill Bryson, offering up a page-turning work of personal journalism and an immensely entertaining romp through the deep sea and the nature of obsession.

Daniel Stone is the author of the national bestseller The Food Explorer, a former staff writer for National Geographic and a former White House correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. He holds degrees from UC Davis and Johns Hopkins University. 

Reserved Ticket: $26 includes admission and an autographed copy of Sinkable at a discounted price sponsored by Orinda Books.

FREE Admission Ticket. $15 recommended donation. Admission Ticket does not include a copy of Sinkable.

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Books will be available at the program and Orinda Books starting August 16.