Sari Botton of the Kingston Writers' Studio interviews Breaking the Ruhls author Larry Ruhl. A memoir exploring the reality of childhood sexual abuse, Breaking the Ruhls will resonate deeply with many who have experienced complex trauma, boundary violations, and abuse within the family.
Local author Alisa Kwitney celebrates the publication of her young adult novel, Cadaver and Queen - a "feminist Frankenstein meets Grey's Anatomy" tale. Come for a dramatic reading and Q&A with Alisa and two of her "characters," followed by a meet-and-greet and book signing.
Join Tim Guinee, a leader in former Vice-President Al Gore's Climate Reality project, for a free slideshow and discussion of the latest science regarding climate change in our area.
Locals will enjoy the familiar setting of this book, which takes place in New York City and a small mountain town a few hours north, while readers from anywhere will appreciate Yates' talent for dark, surprising, and intelligent storytelling.
Edna Lewis (1916-2006) wrote some of America's most resonant, lyrical, and significant cookbooks, including the now classic The Taste of Country Cooking.