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Bruce McEver, a part-time resident of Salisbury, Conn., has written a memoir that touches on life, love, the arts and high finance. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Seeing the Loss of a Loved One As a Place to Begin Again

Nearly everyone I know is actively planning to write their memoir and hardly anyone I know has succeeded in doing so.

Bruce McEver is one of the few exceptions. A part-time resident of Salisbury, Conn., McEver is both a finance professional and a poet.

Big Lies Are Everywhere: In Case This Summer Isn’t Hot Enough for You

Philosopher Lee McIntyre, a Research Fellow at Boston University, opens his book, “How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason,” with his account of visiting a Flat Earth Convention in 2018 — where people committed to the idea that the Earth is flat gather to exchange their parti

Pieter Lefferts of Sharon, Conn., will be among the 30 authors and illustrators to sign copies of their latest work at the 24th Annual Hotchkiss Library of Sharon Summer Book Signing. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Authors and Artists Put Pen to Paper, Again

The highly anticipated Hotchkiss Library of Sharon Annual Sharon Summer Book Signing in Sharon, Conn., will be held this year on Friday, Aug. 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Ann Leary will be at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, Conn., 24th Annual Summer Book Signing on Aug. 5, along with 29 other authors and illustrators. Photo submitted

Finding Echoes of the 1920s in the 2020s

The last time Ann Leary came to the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon’s Annual Summer Book Signing in Sharon, Conn., it was 2016, and her book, “The Children,” was earning kudos for its sharp, funny portrait of an uber-Wasp family and their inherited lakeside house, somewhere in northwest Connecticut. 


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