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Writers Galore at East Hampton Library’s Authors Night

Wed, 08/17/2022 - 17:29
The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson came down to earth toting “Welcome to the Universe in 3D: A Visual Tour.”
Durell Godfrey Photos

Roughly a hundred writers turned out Saturday night for the East Hampton Library’s annual Authors Night, a fund-raiser and celebration of all things literary held this year fully in-person under a big tent in Herrick Park in the heart of the village. The evening was followed by dinners with certain authors at private residences across the South Fork. 

Steve Madden with “The Cobbler: How I Disrupted an Industry, Fell From Grace, and Came Back Stronger.”

Delia Ephron was happy to share her memoir “Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life.”

Amanda M. Fairbanks showing off her tale of a 1984 fishing disaster, “The Lost Boys of Montauk.”

Amy Zerner and “Enchanted Worlds,” her book of “visionary collages and art of couture.”

Lyle Greenfield was under the tent with “1000 Days in St. Barth” and “The Soul Mate Expeditions.”

Walter Bernard, the veteran graphic designer, and his recent “Mag Men: Fifty Years of Making Magazines.”

Florence Fabricant and “The Ladies' Village Improvement Society Cookbook.”

Rameshwar Das with “Being Ram Dass,” a book he co-wrote describing an awakening “toward living in oneness and love.”  

The newscaster Katie Couric speaking to a fan about her frank new memoir, “Going There.”

Sloane Crosley displaying her “Cult Classic,” a blending of literature, fantasy, and romance.

The Star’s longtime sportswriter and columnist, Jack Graves, and his collection “Essays From Eden.”

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