430 Plandome Road
May 9 Live On Stage: Susan Isaacs & Meg Wolitzer presented by LI LitFest and Gold Coast Arts Center!
Your $45 admission ticket includes a hardcover copy of the new novel BAD, BAD SEYMOUR BROWN.
You can be a character in Susan’s next book if you find the Golden Bookmark!
Join us for a live, in-person talk with bestselling author Susan Isaacs and Meg Wolitzer. This is Susan’s first in-person appearance for her latest novel, Bad, Bad Seymour Brown! This event includes an author talk, audience Q&A and book signing.
One lucky attendee will have a character named after them in Susan Isaacs’ next book if you find the golden bookmark! When you check in at the event and receive your hardcover copy of Bad, Bad Seymour Brown, check and see if you have the winning bookmark hidden inside!
New York Times-bestselling author Susan Isaacs’ female protagonists are her calling card. As Rachel Martin put it on NPR’s Weekend Edition, “The women who inhabit Isaacs’ books are smart, sexy, a little snarky, and filled with some serious chutzpah.” Readers will now be thrilled by the return of two favorite characters, former FBI agent Corie Geller and her retired cop dad, in Bad, Bad Seymour Brown, in which they are tasked to solve one of the NYPD’s coldest homicide cases before the crime’s sole survivor is killed.
Susan Isaacs is the author of fourteen novels, including Takes One to Know One, As Husbands Go, Long Time No See, Any Place I Hang My Hat and Compromising Positions. A recipient of the Writers for Writers Award and the John Steinbeck Award, Isaacs serves as chairman of the board of Poets & Writers and is a past president of Mystery Writers of America. Her fiction has been translated into 30 languages. She lives on Long Island with her husband.
Susan Isaacs feels good about ‘Bad, Bad Seymour Brown’ – Since 1978, when her debut novel, “Compromising Positions,” became a Book of the Month Club pick and soon after a bestseller, Susan Isaacs has reigned over the genre she invented — the Long Island Jewish woman’s comic thriller. You can read a Newsday profile of Susan HERE.
This Author Talk is moderated by New York Times bestselling author Meg Wolitzer.
Meg Wolitzer is the New York Times bestselling author of many books, including The Ten-Year Nap, The Interestings, and The Female Persuasion. Her novel The Wife was made into the film starring Glenn Close, and the film version of her novel This Is My Life marked the directorial debut of Nora Ephron. Wolitzer is currently a member of the MFA faculty at SUNY Stony Brook, where she co-founded and co-directs BookEnds, a yearlong, non-credit intensive in writing novels. She was guest editor of The Best American Short Stories 2017, and is the host of the literary radio show and podcast Selected Shorts.