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Grace Schulman at Duck Creek

The poet will read from her work and discuss the artistic traditions of Springs on Sunday at Duck Creek.

Sep 22, 2022
‘Telling the Truth’ About Covid

Beyond the banging of pots and pans, what really happened when Covid hit New York?

Sep 22, 2022
South Fork Poetry: ‘September To-Do’

It’s that time of year again.

Sep 15, 2022
Remembering Melissa Bank

Colleagues reflect on the author of "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing," who died in East Hampton last month, as a writer, professor, and friend.

Sep 15, 2022
Emily Dickinson’s Musical Life

Emily Dickinson was an accomplished pianist before she ever wrote poetry, and it influenced her writing in a number of ways.

Sep 15, 2022
The Poet Comes Calling

A New York writer, an empty nest, a dissolving marriage, a desirable visiting poet. What could go wrong?

Sep 8, 2022
Not at All Like Us

Tina Brown authoritatively picks apart the royal life of nightmare scrutiny, hangers-on, powerlessness, and love gone awry.

Sep 1, 2022
The Great Absence

In this winning debut, a father drops the ball with his bequeathal, and his daughter searches for answers.

Aug 25, 2022
Writers Galore at East Hampton Library’s Authors Night

Dozens of writers were on hand Saturday night for the East Hampton Library’s annual Authors Night, a celebration of all things literary. 

Aug 19, 2022
A Woman Wronged

A psychological tale of revenge that doesn’t stint on biting social critique.

Aug 18, 2022
Authors Night Hits Herrick Park

This year, 100 writers will be under a tent in Herrick Park for the East Hampton Library benefit.

Aug 11, 2022
We Don’t Need No Education

When a self-improvement movement becomes something sinister.

Aug 11, 2022