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With the Author: The New Romantics

Date: Mon, 11/21/2016
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Main Library - YA Room
Categories: Adult Events

The New Romantics: Ten Stories of Mystery, Passion, Travel and Vampires by Richard Marranca

This diverse collection is about the joy, journey and mystery of life; it includes travel tales in exotic locales, artists and philosophers in crisis and ecstasy, vampires in a bookstore, a Buddhist monk at a Catskill resort, the highs and lows of romance, and the importance of wild places within and without.

About the Author
Richard collection, The New Romantics: Ten Stories of Mystery, Passion, Travel and Vampires, as well as his novel of Southeast Asia, Dragon Sutra, were both published by Oak Tree Press in California. He writes essays, fiction and poetry, which have appeared in various places. Presently he’s working on a collection of sci fi/fantasy stories and other projects. He has taught for many years, which included a gig as Fulbright Professor at the University of Munich. He is tenured in the English Department at Passaic County Community College, and has also been for many years an adjunct in the Classics Department of MSU. He is a past president of NJ Fulbright Chapter and a Trustee of NJ College English Association. He enjoys yoga, hiking & travel. This past summer, he gave a presentation on Thoreau’s essay “Walking” at the Henry David Thoreau Conference in Concord. To contact him for presentations & workshops:

Registration recommended. For more information, please call 973-744-0500 ext. 2235.

With the Author is presented in partnership with Watchung Booksellers to promote local authors with the intent of fostering a love of reading and a love of literature.


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