NYC Author Comes to Town

NYC Author Comes to Town

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Acclaimed Author N. West Moss will be at The Reading Room, Thursday, July 20th for a reading and book signing of her debut collection of short stories, the award winning The Subway Stops at Bryant Park.

The reading will start at 7:00 pm and run to approximately 8:30 pm.  If you haven’t been to The Reading Room in the Salmon Run Mall this is a perfect time to patronize an independent bookstore.

This collection of stories features the dual award winning Omeer’s Mangoes which won both the Saturday Evening Post Award for best shorty story and a Faulkner Wisdom Award!

Here are some excerpts from reviews:

“Through N. West Moss’ kaleidoscopic lens, Bryant Park becomes a crossroads, a place where myriad lives meet and pass and reach out for one another, and the result is a series of luminous stories—luminous for their deep compassion, their concern for human struggles, their reverence for work and love and fortitude, and their delight in everyday human generosity. This is the kind of debut we need.”
David Ebenbach, author of Into the WildernessBetween Camelots, and The Guy We Didn’t Invite to the Orgy and other stories

“Exquisitely written and quietly powerful, The Subway Stops at Bryant Park introduces us to an unforgettable cast of characters, each with a unique and compelling narrative, who are inextricably linked to Bryant Park — safe haven against the secrets, disillusionment, fears, and losses engulfing their lives.”
Patrick Perry, Executive Editor of The Saturday Evening Post

For more information call the reading room at: 315-405-6953

Read the entire Kirkus Review here:

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