This Fall, The Greenburgh Library Guild will co-sponsor ticketed author events at the library. Spoken Interludes has been presenting author salons since 1996 and will be coming to the Greenburgh Library this Fall for three sessions: September 23rd (authors Emma Straub, Danielle Trussoni and Jamie Brenner), October 14th (Jane Alexander, Richard Greenberg and Amor Towles) and November 4 (Francine Prose, Roger Rosenblatt, and Jenny Rosenstrach). Each event will be held in the adult reading room and will feature a buffet dinner from Chutney Masala (Irvington), and author readings with Q & A followed by book signings (books will be availabe for purchase at each event).
You may make reservations for each event here: http://spokeninterludes.com/reservation/
Friday, October 14, 2016
Emmy and Tony-award winning actor, writer, and former NEA Chairperson Jane Alexander reads from her new book, Wild Things, Wild Places: Adventurous Tales of Wildlife and Conservation on Planet Earth.
(“Veteran actress Alexander’s latest offering is an impassioned if measured narrative of her explorations of little-known corners of the Earth with an eye toward celebration and conservation . . . The real force of the book resides in the author’s articulation of her exhilaration of the wonders of nature (particularly her love of birds) and her willingness to ford streams, slash through jungles, and scale mountains to defend it.”– Publishers Weekly)
Tony-awarding playwright, Richard Greenberg reads from his memoir,
RULES FOR OTHERS TO LIVE BY: Comments and Self-Contradictions.
(“Richard Greenberg turns life upside down and sideways. Reading the provocative Rules for Others to Live By is like having dinner with a friend whose point of view shakes up and invariably runs counter to conventional thinking. He’s a debunker of the pretensions of daily life.
—Delia Ephron, author of Sister Mother Husband Dog and Siracusa