Author Talk: Madeline Miller: ‘Circe’ at Eastern Connecticut State

Eastern State University Student Center Charter Oak Rd., Willimantic

Eastern Connecticut State University will welcome #1 New York Times bestselling author Madeline Miller for a virtual presentation on April 17 at 5 p.m. in the Student Center Theatre. The talk will focus on Miller's award-winning novel "Circe" and is the culminating event of this year's National Endowment for the Arts-sponsored "Big Read" program at […]

Meet & Greet and Book Signing with Judith Dupré

James Merrill House 107 Water Street, Stonington

Upcoming James Merrill House Fellow: JUDITH DUPRÉ  is a writer, structural historian, and public speaker. She’s the author of several bestselling works of narrative nonfiction on art, design, and architecture, including Skyscrapers and One World Trade Center, which chronicles the fourteen year rebuilding effort in lower Manhattan. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, she’s a graduate […]

An Intimate Book Club Discussion with Roxana Robinson and Daisy Florin

Athena Books 228 Sound Beach Avenue, Greenwich

Please join authors Roxana Robinson and Daisy Florin to discuss Roxana's newest novel, Leaving. The Athena staff cannot stop talking about this book, and we are so thrilled to have the opportunity to discuss it with the author! You will not want to miss this incredible opportunity. Bring your book club! Limited to 35 participants. Ticket […]

$15 – $40

RTPC CONNECTICUT RIVER LECTURE SERIES: Exploring the Connecticut River: Patrick J. Lynch

Lyme Art Association 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme

Whether you are planning a summer or fall expedition to explore the northern reaches of the Connecticut River or you just want to learn more from the comfort of home, Patrick Lynch’s latest book: A Field Guide to the Connecticut River: From New Hampshire to Long Island Sound is the book for you. Building off the success of his Field Guide to Long […]

Author Talk: Kathleen Housley:“Stone Breaker: The Poet James Gates Percival and the Beginning of Geology in New England,”at Pardee-Morris House

Pardee-Morris House 325 Lighthouse Road, New Haven

In the early 1800s, when the prevailing belief was that the earth was 6,000 years old and had been shaped by Noah’s flood, James Gates Percival showed that the traprock in the Connecticut valley was volcanic and far older. Housley is the author of eleven books. Her poems and essays on the interconnection between science […]