We are happy to announce that we will be joined by these distinguished authors:
Your Favorite Regional Authors and Publishers “al Fresco” on the Library lawn.
(Saturday, September 15th, 11:30 am to 4:00 pm)
Panel on “The Business of Books,” with James Melia, Flatiron Books Editor, and Gayatri Patnaik, Editorial Director at Beacon, plus literary agents Sarah Bedingfield and Adam Chromy moderated by Jamie Brenner (The Husband Hour)
Young people’s literature programs, with Jabari Asim, Jay Coles, Gayle Forman, Martin Wilson and Ellen Wittlinger
Two women poets, Shauna Barbosa and Nausheen Eusuf, in conversation
The special edition of the Writer’s Voice Cafe, at noon on Friday, will feature Deborah Swiss, author of The Tin Ticket: The Heroic Journey of Australia’s Convict Women. Make your reservations now!
We are pleased to announce that novelist Julia Glass, author most recently of The House Among the Trees, will serve as moderator for the conversation between Amy Bloom and Curtis Sittenfeld at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, September 15.
Sophia Starmack, poet and author of the collection The Wild Rabbit, has joined us as moderator of the program, “Writing in Difficult Times” on Sunday at 12:30.
And let’s hear it for the librarians! Anna Nielsen, Youth Services Librarian for the Wellfleet Public Library, will moderate “Writing for Young People” on Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
Please note that “Just Cook It!” the demonstration by Justin Chapple and Tom Acitelli which takes place at 2:30 on Saturday conflicts with other programs, specifically “”Two Women Poets” at 1:00 and “Saints, Priests and Demi-gods” at 2:30. You must choose! There is limited seating for Justin and Tom’s demo, so choose wisely and make your reservations early.