Daphne Uviller was superintendent of her family’s building the West Village for ten long years. She is a former Books/Poetry editor for Time Out New York, and has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Newsday, New York, Allure and Self. A third-generation Greenwich Village resident, she now lives in her childhood apartment with her husband and two children. She reads from her novel: Super in the City
“One should not simply read Super in the City, one should gobble it up like candy” Elizabeth Gilbert
Eric Kraft has taught school, written textbooks, and was the co-captain of a clam boat, which sank. He was the recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and has been awarded the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature. The Washington Post called him “the only American author since Pynchon to completely erase the line between the literary novel and the spit-out-your-coffee comedy.” He reads from his novel: Flying
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