Open Book/ Open Mind: Marcy Dermansky in Conversation with Kate Tuttle
Marcy Dermansky in Conversation with Kate Tuttle
Sunday, September 15th, 4 PM
Marcy Dermansky, author of The Red Car, Twins and Bad Marie, will discuss writing and her latest book, Very Nice, with fellow Montclair writer, Kate Tuttle, a former president of the National Book Critics Circle. Kate writes on books for the Boston Globe. Her reviews, interviews, and essays have also appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and National Public Radio.
About the book: An ingenious blend of sex, secrets and betrayal, Very Nice is a sharp, compulsive take on modern life from one of America’s most exciting novelists.
“I think the author means to delight us with a love triangle, then redirect our attention to the various subplots and digressions that allow her to ruminate on identity, art, violence and our current politics.” – Washington Post
“… A hell of a lot of stylish fun.” – Kirkus
Watchung Booksellers will have copies of Marcy’s’ books on hand for purchase and signing. This event is free thanks to grants from our Series Sponsors The Investors Foundation and The Montclair Foundation. Please register below to ensure a seat at the event.
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