Jack Kelly with Brian Carso

Saturday, September 14, 2024
Time: 2:15 – 3:30 PM
Milford Theater – ticketed event

Jack Kelly, author of God Save Benedict Arnold and The Edge of Anarchy, will be in conversation with Brian Carso, lawyer and historian and author of Gideon’s Revolution: The Plot to Capture Benedict Arnold. In this engaging exchange they will be exploring key elements of history and its relevance today.

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Photo by Jeff Brouws

Jack Kelly

Jack Kelly is a public scholar, a historian and a novelist.

His book VALCOUR was called “Historical writing at its best.”
New York Times referred to THE EDGE OF ANARCHY as “timely and urgent.” 

Heaven’s Ditch is a rollicking account of the Erie Canal and the political and religious upheavals that erupted along its length. Band of Giants, winner of the DAR History Medal, is a pithy and insightful history of the Revolutionary war. 

Gunpowder offers readers an account of the world’s first explosive substance, an invention that quite literally changed the world..

Brian Carso

Brian Carso

Brian Carso has worked in law, government, and academia. As both a lawyer and historian, he has written broadly about the American experience, including a scholarly book on the history of treason and a historical novel about Revolutionary War espionage. He serves on the faculty of Misericordia University in Dallas, PA, and lives in Matamoras. Brian is also a member of the Pike Artworks Board of Trustees.

Gideon's Revolution by Brian Carso