Sharing: Barbara Lynn-Davis Interview

Tune in tomorrow (May 29) to hear a live interview with Barbara Lynn-Davis on Instagram. My life has intersected with Barbara’s in a number of ways–shared research, her contribution to First Spritz Is Free, and her participation on the author panel at the Casanova in Place symposium last year in Venice, where we finally met face to face. It was one of those moments when I felt like I had reconnected with someone I had already known for years.

Here’s what she posted about the interview so that you have the details to find her. I’ll be tuning in at 8:00 am Pacific time on the Instagram page for the Casanova Museum. They’ve been doing a series of interviews, including me!

CIP author panel

That’s Barbara during our author panel. She’s on the right, between Ian Kelly and me (laughing).

From Barbara:

This Friday, at 11 AM EST (5 PM Italian time ❤), I will be joining the Casanova Museum in Venice for a live interview on Instagram. We’ll talk about art, our beloved city of Venice, and of course, the legendary lover and the dangerous affair that changed his life — the subject of my book, Casanova’s Secret Wife
Please join me, send in live questions, and keep the fires of our passion for art, history, culture, wine, food, and all things Italian burning!
Go to @casanovamuseum on Instagram at 11 AM on Friday. Click on its live circle if you can’t hear me talking. Don’t forget to type in questions in the comment section!
Join me by phone, tablet, or computer on May 29th. Go outside, take a walk, and I’ll entertain you with live stories on Instagram. 
Barbara
P.S. 
Check out the masks when masking was fun & exciting … 
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About seductivevenice

Teacher, writer, traveler, dancer, reader, photographer, gardener.
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2 Responses to Sharing: Barbara Lynn-Davis Interview

  1. Barbara Lynn-Davis says:

    Thank you for spreading the word, Kathleen!
    I too felt like I knew you before we ever met 🙂
    Love seeing our smiling faces in Venice. Again one day!

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