Come hear a panel of newly-published authors discuss the writing and publishing process. All four went to Sarah Lawrence College for their MFAs, have lived in Westchester at some point, and are part of a writing group that has been together for nearly 20 years. Coincidentally, they all also had books published within the last 12 months!
Jimin Han – is a Lewisboro resident and author of The Apology, an inter-generational saga about a pampered and defiant South Korean matriarch thrust into the afterlife, from which she seeks a second chance to make amends and fight off the curse that could devastate generations to come.
Marcia Bradley – is the author of The Home for Wayward Girls, a harrowing and heartfelt novel about a young girl growing up in the 1990s, who escapes her abusive parents – and the “ranch” they ran for “bad” girls – and becomes an advocate for teen runaways.
Kate Brandt – is the author of Hope for the Worst, which traces a young woman’s involvement with a self-proclaimed American Buddhist teacher, and the way her life falls apart as a result. It is a book about being in love, despair, magic, and the redemption of female friendship.
Patricia Dunn – AKA T.M. Dunn, Patricia is the author of Her Father’s Daughter, a suspenseful thriller about a serial killer on the loose, a love affair, a desperate police investigation and the journey into a family’s twisted secrets.
After the panel, the authors will autograph copies of their books, which will be available for sale courtesy of Books on the Common.
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