Kathy Cannon Wiechman’s EMPTY PLACES; a girl coming of age in a 1930s Kentucky mining town, is confronted with family secrets.
Dawn Tripp’s GEORGIA: A NOVEL OF GEORGIA O’KEEFFE; love, obsession, and the artist’s mentor-husband; the photographer, Alfred Stieglitz.
Truman Capote’s BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S; a writer befriends his eccentric neighbor.
Tennessee Williams’s THE ROMAN SPRING OF MRS. STONE; a fifty-year-old widow is introduced to a young Italian.
Patricia Bosworth’s THE MEN IN MY LIFE: A MEMOIR OF LOVE AND ART IN 1950s MANHATTAN; from California to New York; familial dysfunction and suicide; Lee Strasberg, the edge of Broadway success, and–at last–noted celebrity biographer.