It will be a special pleasure to give a talk about Savage Girl at my local library, where I have spent untold hours doing research, writing, and dreaming out the windows. If you are somewhere nearby on this Wednesday, March 26, please come!
Filed under Culture, Fiction, Home, Jean Zimmerman, Publishing, Savage Girl, Writers, Writing
Having read a little bit about your *small town* library, I chuckle about its having originated in 1893 as The Sing Sing Public Library. And the fact that its reading room is named for John Cheever, “Chekhov of the Suburbs” and “The Ovid of Ossining” … pretty neat!
AND the fact that the theater is named for the Camille Antoinette Budarz, who was a Steinway concert pianist, Chopin expert, and classmate of Van Cliburn at Julliard. Anyway, in my opinion, the library’s cafe should be named for YOU, before long! (I’m working on a good name for it.)
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