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John Pipkin, a former Ransom Center researcher and author of the critically-acclaimed Woodsburner, reads from his new novel, The Blind Astronomer's Daughter, and discusses how his research on the Herschel family papers influenced the novel. Materials from the Herschel family papers will be on view during the reception and book signing that follow.

John Pipkin, a former Ransom Center researcher and author of the critically-acclaimed Woodsburner, reads from his new novel, The Blind Astronomer's Daughter, and discusses how his research on the Herschel family papers influenced the novel. Materials from the Herschel family papers will be on view during the reception and book signing that follow.

John Pipkin, a former Ransom Center researcher and author of the critically-acclaimed Woodsburner, reads from his new novel, The Blind Astronomer's Daughter, and discusses how his research on the Herschel family papers influenced the novel. Materials from the Herschel family papers will be on view during the reception and book signing that follow.

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Harry Ransom Center
300 W. 21st St.
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712
http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/

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