In her new book to be published by William Morrow, THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID, What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together, Joanne Lipman, Chief Content Officer of Gannett and Editor in Chief of USA Today, informs how men can join with women to help close the gender gap, empower women as true equals, and create and dynamic working environment which benefits women, men and the greater good of the company.
Joanne will be in conversation about this timely issue with Montclair resident Edward Felsenthal, editor-in-chief of TIME Magazine, and previously the founding editor of The Daily Beast, and a reporter and editor for The Wall Street Journal.
The author will be signing her book, which can be purchased via Watchung Booksellers at the end of the event. The event is free thanks to our series sponsors. Please register HERE to reserve a seat. Standby tickets will be available at 3:50PM at the event space permitting.
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Sunday February 4th, 4-5:30PM MPL Auditorium
Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics, a new book from the host of MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, is an enthralling new account of the the race that created American politics as we know it today.
Lawrence O’Donnell relies on his background in politics, entertainment, and news, to
provide the last word on the biggest issues and most compelling stories of the day for MSNBC. Before becoming a political analyst, he was an Emmy Award-winning executive producer and writer for the NBC series “The West Wing” and also served as Senior Advisor to Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan. A writer prior to entering politics and government, Mr. O’Donnell published the book Deadly Force in 1983.
Mr. O’Donnell will be in conversation with award-winning news producer and Montclair resident Tom Johnson. Mr. Johnson’s most recent work includes Showtime’s weekly documentary series, The Circus: Inside the Biggest Story on Earth. Previously, he was Executive Editor of Bloomberg Politics and Executive Producer of the nightly politics program, With All Due Respect. Prior to that he spent two decades at ABC News.
Admission to this event is included with the $28 purchase of the hardcover book at this registration link with the assistance of Watchung Booksellers: https://etapestry.com/O’Donnell
Thanks to our series sponsors The Montclair Foundation and Investors Foundation for their support.
Two rising stars of the literary world and Montclair residents, Garth Hallberg and Estep Nagy, will be in conversation about the art of writing fiction, particularly about fictional families. The authors will interview each other and intersperse short readings from their novels during the event.
Garth Hallberg has a newly released, full-color edition of his first book A Field Guide to the North American Family. His last novel, City on Fire, was a New York Times and international best-seller, has been translated into seventeen languages, and was named one of the best books of 2015 by The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, and Vogue. His short stories have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Glimmer Train, and Best NewAmerican Voices 2008, and he has written critical essays for The New York Times Book Review, The Guardian, The Millions, and Slate. He was a two-time finalist for the National Book Critics Circle’s Nona Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing.
Estep Nagy released his first novel, We Shall Not All Sleep, to critical acclaim in 2017. His fiction and other writing have appeared in Southwest Review, The Believer, Paper, Box Office, and elsewhere. He wrote and directed the independent feature film The Broken Giant (1998), which is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. His plays have been produced and developed at theaters across the country, including at Actors Theater of Louisville and the Source Festival in Washington, DC.
Watchung Booksellers will have both authors’ books available for purchase and signing at the close of the event.
This event is free thanks to support from our sponsors. Registration is strongly recommended at this LINK or by calling 973-744-0500 x2275. Standby seats will be released at 3:50PM in the cafe area at the event. No wait list will be created.
The OBOM Series is generously supported by grants from The Montclair Foundation and Investors Foundation.