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Everyone shared touching stories and asked great questions about their own struggles with loss and grief at last nights conversation series at the 92Y. I was incredibly inspired by the discussions that took place. Many thanks to those who could attend, and in case you missed Read more…
Edward Hopper, that most American of artists: girlie shows, movie theaters, gas stations at night, that famous diner, strangers glimpsed in windows, the lonely streets, landscapes filled with yearning. Despite the isolation, or because of it, Hopper strikes a chord, touches us, draws us in. Read more…
People often ask me why I choose to write crime fiction and I say it’s because it encompasses all the big human emotions – love, hate, greed, revenge, fear — as well as the basic moral questions of good and evil, and that’s more than Read more…
Joyce Carol Oates is an icon in today’s literary world, a brilliant writer who believes that all novels contain some sort of mystery. Listen and learn from one of the great writers of our time.