I’m so looking forward to giving a presentation at the venerable National Arts Club on New York City’s Gramercy Park tomorrow night, April 16th at 8:00. The Club is housed in a beautiful old mansion, the perfect spot for time traveling back to the late nineteenth century. I will show pictures during my talk, sign books afterwards, and exhort guests to dance to our live musicians playing tunes from Savage Girl’s era. The celebration is free and open to the public. Please come if you’re in the neighborhood!
National Arts Club Talk Wednesday 8pm
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6 responses to “National Arts Club Talk Wednesday 8pm”
So kind of you. It was a lot of fun. Hope you enjoy the book.
Enchanted by your voice & pictures at NAC tonight; met your delightful brother outside after…I am charmed by you, brother & subject for books…I live next door to NAC. Just starting “Savage Girl” expecting to love.
Thanks, wish you could be there!
What an awesome opportunity. You go girl!
The murder takes place right across the park from the mansion housing the National Arts Club.
Were you thinking about this prestigious event in that Victorian Gothic brownstone, way back when you wrote the Prologue to SAVAGE GIRL? “I wait for the police in the study overlooking Gramercy Park, the body on the floor a few feet away.”