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San Antonio Public Library joins San Antonio Book Festival and San Antonio Public Library Foundation to host “A Conversation with Sheryl Sculley”

Sculley will discuss her new book, “Greedy Bastards: One City’s Texas-Size Struggle to Avoid a Financial Crisis”

WHAT:         San Antonio Public Library is partnering with the San Antonio Book Festival and the San Antonio Public Library Foundation to host “A Conversation with Sheryl Sculley.” During the event, former San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley will discuss her book and answer a selection of questions from participants as part of a brief Q&A session. 

WHEN:         Thursday, August 20, 2020 | 6 p.m.


WHERE:       Online Event -   


WHO:           Sheryl Sculley, former San Antonio City Manager

     Ramiro S. Salazar, Director, San Antonio Public Library

     Lilly Gonzalez, San Antonio Book Festival

     Rey Saldaña, former San Antonio City Council Member          


MORE:         “A Conversation with Sheryl Sculley” participants will have the opportunity to submit questions inadvance for a brief Q & A session with Sheryl Sculley. Sculley’s book, “Greedy Bastards: One City's Texas-Size Struggle to Avoid a Financial Crisis,” will be available for checkout from San Antonio Public Library. The book will also be available for purchase from The Twig Book Shop ( and proceeds from book sales will benefit the San Antonio Public Library and the San Antonio Book Festival.


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