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Sag Harbor's Former Harbor Books Is Now Berry & Co. - A New Name And Location Keep Beloved Book Store In Area

by Eileen Casey
The Bookshelf - "The plan is to open before Memorial Day," Taylor Rose Berry revealed.


"The Big Duck And Eastern Long Island's Duck Farming Industry" Book Will Have Readers Quacking With Pride

by Eileen Casey
The Bookshelf - "The first duck farm, Atlantic Duck Farm, opened on Long Island in Speonk in 1858; however, raising ducks did not take hold until the Pekin duck breed arrived from China in 1873. Due to Long Island's waterfront properties," Dr. Van Scoy noted.


Hamptons-Based Inns Welcoming Several Bestselling Authors

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "We created this weekend to bring people out to the Hamptons' during the winter season and create something different for locals to do," Heather McCormack explained.


Local Authors Offer An In-depth Look At The East Hampton Goody Garlick Witchcraft Case

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "This is a fearsome tale of neighbor against neighbor in the early days of East Hampton, when the now-familiar street names still belonged to the town's landowners, tenant farmers, pastors, whalers, rogues, and heroes," Dava Sobel noted.


Meet Authors Joyce Brian And Allan Zola Kronzek This Weekend At Hamptons-Based Gallery

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "Like classic characters from Seuss or Pooh, Brian's characters become BFFs," Romany Kramoris shared.


INTERVIEW: Photographer Car Pelleteri On "Montauk 11954," A Compilation Of Photographs From "The End"

by Sydney A. Braat
The Bookshelf - "My first visit to Montauk I remember like it was yesterday...I was so intrigued with the land, the surf, and the people," reflected Pelleteri.


Local Author To Discuss Sag Harbor Whaling Captain During HarborFest Weekend

by Olivia Rutigliano
The Bookshelf - "Captain Henry Green was an ordinary man who lived an extraordinary life. Remarkably the man had ties to the infamous slave ship the Amistad and the California Gold Rush," said the author.


Alec Baldwin And Hilaria Baldwin On The Importance Of Libraries, Geraldo Rivera Reveals His Most Gratifying Story, Lee Child Shares An Unexpected Jack Reacher Plot Twist, And Other Lessons We Learned At "Authors Night"

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I don't want to look down that dark tunnel ever again," Alec Baldwin told us when we asked if there was plans for a follow up to You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody).


Director Of Pollock-Krasner House And Study Center Helen A. Harrison's Newest Book "An Accidental Corpse" Explores Pollock Car Crash

by Eileen Casey
The Bookshelf - "Perhaps the most shocking thing I found out is that East Hampton had only one policeman when the force was established," Harrison told us.


INTERVIEW: Sheila Rogers On East Hampton Library's "Authors Night," Founding Honorary Chair Alec Baldwin, And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "It's a lot of different genres for a lot of different tastes and that's what makes it so wonderful," Rogers told Hamptons.com.


Author Brooke Kroeger To Discuss "The Suffragents" At East End-Based Historical Society

by Olivia Rutigliano
The Bookshelf - Praise for the book include Kirikus Reviews who called it, "A vigorous, readable revisitation of the events of a century and more ago but with plenty of subtle lessons in the book for modern-day civil rights activities, too."


INTERVIEW: Author Cristina Alger On "The Banker's Wife," Her Hamptons Book Tour, Next Novel, And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "My interest in offshore banking was the catalyst," Alger told us about "The Banker's Wife."


A.J. Finn To Launch 2018 East End-Based "Conversations With Authors" Series

by Olivia Rutigliano
The Bookshelf - "I am happy to say four of these best-selling authors have East End ties and the press for these books has been fantastic!" shared Selina Pasca


"Everyday Monet" - A Perfect Book For The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
The Bookshelf - "If Claude Monet we're alive today, there is no doubt he would be seen with a glass of rosť, and easel trying to catch the light as it bounced off the beautiful bays of the Hamptons," said author Aileen Bordman.


Winter Lecture Series Explores The East End's Land, History And Traditions

by Anastasia Lennon
The Bookshelf - "Winter is the perfect time to cozy-up with a good cup of coffee and a great book! We want to celebrate the season by taking time reflect on land, history and traditions with wonderful local authors and scholars," said Lisa Pepe, Assistant Director at Hallockville Museum Farm.


INTERVIEW: Keriann Flanagan Brosky On "Historic Crimes Of Long Island: Misdeeds From The 1600s To The 1950s"

by Anastasia Lennon
The Bookshelf - "Long Island has an amazing history and I try to show the public that it's important to understand this history; I try to make it that they will appreciate it and preserve it going forward after they read my books," said historian and award-winning author Keriann Flanagan Brosky.


INTERVIEW: East Hampton Native Isaac Klein On "The School Of Doing: Lessons From Theater Master Gerald Freedman"

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "There was no way I was not going to reach out to Chita Rivera, Patti LuPone, Kevin Kline, and Mandy Patinkin, and Hal Holbrook," Klein told Hamptons.com.


Catching Up With Alec Baldwin, Alex Guarnaschelli, Jessica Seinfeld, And More At East Hampton Library's "Authors Night"

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "It was really tough because you want to be honest but you don't want to hurt other people so you really have to pull your punches and figure out where that balance is," Baldwin said about deciding what to include in his memoir.


INTERVIEW: "Ladies Of London" Star Marissa Hermer On "An American Girl In London" And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I felt really guilty about it so the way I was able to almost satisfy those maternal needs was to nourish the boys," Hermer said about being on bed rest for most of her third pregnancy.


INTERVIEW: Author Holly Peterson Dishes On "It Happens in the Hamptons" And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I spend a lot of time surfing and writing in the Hamptons," Peterson told Hamptons.com.


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