Join Kevin as he reads from and discusses his new book Tasting the Past (on sale June 12); we'll have books available for purchase, and samples of some of the rare wines he writes about available for tasting, as well.
Join us for an electrifying afternoon of ecological praise and protest presented by the Poetry Barn, including new work from David Gonzalez, Lissa Kiernan, Meghann Plunkett, Mary Newell, Ana C.H. Silva, and Matthew J. Spireng, and featuring Karen Neuberg in her upstate book launch of "The Elephants are Asking."
We're happy to welcome Sofija Stefanovic, a popular storyteller for The Moth and host of New York literary salons, Women of Letters and This Alien Nation, for a reading and signing of her new memoir, Miss Ex-Yugoslavia.
This screening will be part of New York State’s Path Through History weekend. Stay tuned for more details.
We're opening on a Monday evening for this very important presentation. Food and drink service begins at 6 p.m., and the screening—consisting of three short films about environmental challenges facing the Hudson River, and the people fighting to make a difference—will begin at 7.
Authors Alexander Chee and Alana Massey will read briefly from their essay collections, and discuss the nature of these books with Longreads Essays Editor Sari Botton.
May marks our sixth month in business, and we're celebrating with a Friday-night party hosted by turntable goddess Emily G. She'll be spinning some of her favorite funk- and soul-inspired records, and we'll make sure there's plenty of room for dancing.
Local author Kerrie Baldwin will read from and discuss her new book, I Dragonfly: A Memoir of Recovery and Flight. At 33 years old, Kerrie was managing a career, three young children, and a closeted battle with anorexia. But once the mounting misery finally becomes too much, she embarks on a treacherous two-year journey to remission.