Sunday, December 11, 2022
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM (ET)
Seating is first come, first served and requires general registration.
In Brooklyn in 1924, the lives of three women are about to converge. Beatrice is working to establish her dress shop with the help of Alice, an orphaned teenager who came north with her from New Orleans. Down the block, newlywed Catherine is longing for a child. As the dynamics between the three develop, each must confront the painful secrets of her past in order to move into the future. The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights by Kitty Zeldis is a story of the unbreakable bonds between women. Zeldis will be in conversation about her book with author Bonnie Friedman.
Kitty Zeldis is the pseudonym for an award-winning author of nine novels and over thirty-five books for children. Her essays, articles, and short fiction have been published in many national and literary publications. She is also the Fiction Editor of Lillith Magazine.
Bonnie Friedman is the author of the best-selling Writing Past Dark: Envy, Fear, Distraction, and Other Dilemmas in the Writer’s Life, which has been widely anthologized. Her most recent book is Surrendering Oz, a Life in Essays. Her essays have been included in The Best American Movie Writing, The Best Buddhist Writing, The Best of O., Oprah Magazine, andThe Best Writing on Writing.