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Upcoming Events

in bookstores now:

The Wisdom of Morrie
Living and Aging Creatively & Joyfully
by Morrie Schwartz
edited by Rob Schwartz

Heather, Rob and book influencer Jean Stehle

at Newton Free Library event, May 2023

Mini-exhibition events combined with  

Rob Schwartz's book talks:

Wednesday, September 27, 2023 1pm

register your spot: 617-730-2770

Thursday, October 5, 2023 6pm

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See a selection of Heather Pillar's photographs:

In 1995, photographer Heather Pillar collaborated with Morrie Schwartz during the last six months of Morrie's struggle with ALS.   The project  illustrated Morrie's philosophies through photographs made of family, friends, caregivers, reaching out to community and self-care.

Over a quarter-century later, Morrie's wisdom resonates with many people around the world due to the best-selling memoir to date: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom.

Morrie's warmth and vitality comes through in each photograph to illustrate love and loss; caregiving and self-care; family, friends and always community. 

Morrie taught people, including Heather - how to live fulfilling lives with love.  It is by facing fears of death that we learn how to live.

  

Stay informed about book progress 

and event dates. 

Join in the journey to publication!

 

coming in fall 2024

memento Morrie: images of love and loss

to be published by Daylight Books

Essayists for 'memento Morrie' book

Rob Schwartz

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entrepreneur, writer, music & film producer and son of Morrie Schwartz

'The Wisdom of Morrie,' published 2023 by Blackstone and edited by Rob Schwartz is on shelves now.

Dr Stanley Appel

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internationally renowned researcher, neurologist and expert on ALS. 

Dr Appel is creator  and director of the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute's MDA/ALSA ALS Research and Clinical Center in Houston.

Anita Hannig, PhD

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 author of The Day I Die: The Untold Story of Assisted Dying in America, a finalist for the Oregon Book Awards.

 A leading voice on death literacy and former Brandeis University Associate Professor, Anita Hannig will publish My Death Diary: A Guided Journal for Mortals in 2024.   

Richard Harris

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award-winning television, radio, print, digital and film journalist

Consultant to the nonprofit iCivics, former producer of " NPR's "All Things Considered" and former senior producer of "ABC News Nightline with Ted Koppel.”  

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