Authors, lunch, inspiration
Come together for a day of laughs, lunch and loads of inspiration as three female authors share their ideas. Hear the voices of three strong women with unique stories to tell. Audacious and tenacious, these women will engage, enlighten and entertain.
Julia Dahl Conviction, a thriller featuring a NYC tabloid reporter who investigates murder in Hasidic communities in New York. This book raises the issues of community, loyalty and denial. Dahl is a crime reporter for CBSNews.com.
Daphne Merkin This Close to Happy: A Reckoning with Depression, a memoir that details a lifelong journey with this affliction, which affects so many and likely someone you know. Merkin has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker, Elle and W.
Amy Silverstein My Glory Was I Had Such Friends, a story about the great power of female friendship and how it helped her on her medical journey through a second heart transplant. Silverstein is the author of Sick Girl. She is an attorney and has served on the Board of the United Network of Organ Sharing.
For more information, call Kathy Graff at 201.408.1454
Event sponsors: Kim & Marc Harrison, Lisa Beth & Greg Meisel, Eileen & Brian Pleva and Julie Segal & Mark Warner Supported in part by the James H. Grossmann Memorial Jewish Book Endowment Fund