Author Talk – Judy Sleed – The Fight of the Crayons!

Join us as we welcome Judy Sleed, creator of the coloring book, The Fight of the Crayons! “The Fight of the Crayons (thefightofthecrayons.com) is a tender tale with a peaceful resolution. This timeless message is of love and acceptance for children of all different colors, sizes, and shapes. Parents will love it too! The bookContinue reading “Author Talk – Judy Sleed – The Fight of the Crayons!”

Author Talk – Anthony Celano- The Case of Two in the Trunk: A Sergeant Markie Mystery

Join author and NYPD veteran Anthony Celano as he discusses his newest novel, The Case of Two in the Trunk: A Sergeant Markie Mystery. Joe Horse has a problem. There are two dead women on the floor of his living room. Alone and desperate, he calls The Mover. Together they devise a plan to getContinue reading “Author Talk – Anthony Celano- The Case of Two in the Trunk: A Sergeant Markie Mystery”

Author Talk – Sparrow Beach – Shelby (Skip) Raebeck

Join us in welcoming author Shelby (Skip) Raebeck as he discusses his novel, Sparrow Beach! Living on Long Island’s fast-developing East End, local builder Michael Dorian is forced to reckon: with a building industry being overrun by Manhattan developers; with a failing marriage and teenage daughter riddled with anxiety; with the nature of a hauntingly beautifulContinue reading “Author Talk – Sparrow Beach – Shelby (Skip) Raebeck”

Author Talk – As the Winds Change

Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome author Christie Leigh Babirad as she discusses her novel As the Winds Change. If you were given one more chance to talk with someone who passed away, what would you do? What would you say? When April Miller’s estranged childhood best friend, Johnny, is killed in aContinue reading “Author Talk – As the Winds Change”

Author Talk, Peter Wood, “The Boy Who Hit Back”

“When Matt discovers a dark secret about Barlow, an ex-prizefighter, he’s convinced he is the only person who can save him and risks everything in the process. As Matt sinks deeper into New York City’s skid-row, a hell-hole infested with liars, cheats, thugs, depravity, kidnapping, and death, he discovers that sometimes, the brightest lights comeContinue reading “Author Talk, Peter Wood, “The Boy Who Hit Back””

Author Talk: John Kerr, “Dreamers Before the Mast: The History of the Tall Ship Regina Maris”

John Kerr, “Dreamers Before the Mast: The History of the Tall Ship Regina Maris” Dreamers Before the Mast chronicles the epic story of Regina Maris, a tall ship built, owned, sailed, and loved from 1908 to 2000 by people who had big dreams of ships and the sea — and made those dreams come true.Continue reading “Author Talk: John Kerr, “Dreamers Before the Mast: The History of the Tall Ship Regina Maris””

Book Talk: Loretta Orion, “It Were as Well to Please the Devil as Anger Him: Witchcraft in the Founding Days of East Hampton”

Goody Garlick was accused of witchcraft in the 17th century by Lion Gardiner’s daughter, Elizabeth Howell, who died days after childbirth. Was she really a witch or just a victim of the times? Who were the players in this intriguing story and how did the time period affect the outcome? Please join us for aContinue reading “Book Talk: Loretta Orion, “It Were as Well to Please the Devil as Anger Him: Witchcraft in the Founding Days of East Hampton””

Author Talk – On Color, David Scott Kastan

Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome author David Scott Kastan to discuss his book On Color. Our lives are saturated by color. We live in a world of vivid colors, and color marks our psychological and social existence. But for all color’s inescapability, we don’t know much about it. Now authors David ScottContinue reading “Author Talk – On Color, David Scott Kastan”

Cezanne Portraits: A Conversation

Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome Mary Lewis and a discussion of the book Cezanne Portraits. The book relates to an exhibition entitled “Cezanne Portraits” which will be at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC until July 8th. Following the discussion will be a book signing and light refreshments. Fri, AugustContinue reading “Cezanne Portraits: A Conversation”

Author Talk -My Sicilian/American Life in New York City

Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome author, Charles Hunter, as he discusses and signs copies of his first book, My Sicilian/American Life in New York City. Charles begins life with his Sicilian grandmother in a four-floor, walk-up tenement building, a life now long gone from the streets of Manhattan’s Eastside. There’s love, hate,Continue reading “Author Talk -My Sicilian/American Life in New York City”