East Hampton Library’s Authors Night is one of the most popular and celebrity-studded events of the Hamptons’ summer calendar. Authors Night features 100 authors across all genres.
In conversation with Brooke Warner (Co-Host of “Write-minded” podcast and Publisher of She Writes Press and SparkPress).
Registration details coming soon.
In conversation with Connie Schultz (columnist, USA Today), Soraya Chemaly (author, Rage Becomes Her), Dana Rubin (Founder, Speaking While Female), Deborah Douglas (co-editor in chief, The Emancipator)
In conversation with former NY1 anchor Sharon Dizenhuz
This event features Julia Scheeres without me (I’ll still be in NY, coming to CA by the time we appear at SFPL!!), in conversation with Heather Knight (columnist, San Francisco Chronicle)
In conversation with Julia Flynn Siler (author, The White Devil’s Daughters: The Women Who Fought Slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown)
In conversation with Laura Mazer (literary agent, Wendy Sherman Associates)
In conversation with Liam O’Donoghue (host and producer of East Bay Yesterday podcast)
In conversation with my amazing co-author Julia Scheeres!
Panel discussion with author Janice Nimura (NEH Public Scholar and author of The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine)
In conversation with Kate Zernike (Pulitzer Prize-winning national correspondent for the New York Times and author of the forthcoming The Exceptions: Nancy Hopkins, MIT, and the Fight for Women in Science)
In conversation on grief and remembrance with Sara Seager (astrophysicist and author of The Smallest Lights in the Universe)
Janet Maslin (New York Times journalist and JBFC board president) leading a discussion with Pamela Paul (New York Times Opinion columnist and author of 100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet) and Lisa Belkin (former New York Times columnist and author of the forthcoming Genealogy of A Murder: Four Generations. Three families. One Fateful Night) and with a special screening of the classic movie “His Girl Friday” with Cary Grant
A special evening with Sunny Hostin (co-host of ABC’s The View and author of Summer on the Bluffs)
In conversation on grief and remembrance with Gretchen Rubin (host of the award-winning podcast Happier with Gretchen Rubin)
In conversation with Liza Donnelly (New Yorker cartoonist and author of Very Funny Ladies: The New Yorker’s Women Cartoonists)
In conversation with Brooke Kroeger (founding director of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at NYU and author of the forthcoming Undaunted: How Women Changed American Journalism and Julie Golia (associate director of Manuscripts, Archives, and Rare Books at NYPL and the author of Newspaper Confessions: A History of Advice Columns in a Pre-Internet Age)
In conversation with Christina Baker Kline (author of The Exiles)
In conversation on grief and remembrance with Caroline Leavitt (New York Times bestselling author and co-founder of A Mighty Blaze)
In conversation with Leslie Gray Streeter (Baltimore Banner columnist and author of Black Widow: A Sad-Funny Journey Through Grief for People Who Normally Avoid Books with Words Like “Journey” in the Title)
In conversation with Kitty Kelley (celebrity biographer of Oprah: A Biography, The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty, and The Royals)
In conversation on grief and remembrance with Victoria Chang (New York Times poetry editor)
Free Webinar: “Valentine’s Day: Celebrating Our Partners and Keeping Their Memories Alive.”
In conversation on grief and remembrance with Priscilla Gilman (author of The Critic’s Daughter).
In conversation with Megan Twohey (Pulitzer prize-winning reporter with the New York Times) and Emma Hinchliffe (senior writer at Fortune)
An Intimate Conversation: “Lessons Learned: Understanding Our Enduring and Complicated Relationships with Loved Ones,” a revealing discussion with two preeminent women writers, Priscilla Gilman (author of The Critic’s Daughter) and Allison Gilbert (co-author, Listen, World! ).
In conversation with Kate Zernike (national correspondent with the New York Times and author of The Exceptions: Nancy Hopkins, MIT, and the Fight for Women in Science).
(This is a private event for Hearst Corporation employees-only)
A meaningful discussion on “The Challenges and Rewards of Researching Women for Writing and Family History” with A’Lelia Bundles (author of On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker, now the Netflix series, Self Made, starring Octavia Spencer) and D. Joshua Taylor (NYG&B President)
In conversation with Betsy Prioleau (author of Diamond and Deadlines: A Tale of Greed, Deceit, and a Female Tycoon in the Gilded Age and Janice Kaplan (author of The Genius of Women From Overlooked to Changing the World).