Phillip Lopate

Friday, February 27, 2004

Phillip Lopate's new book is Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan. In his latest, he writes that "Manhattan is almost pathologically averse to letting you wander to the river's edge and get close enough to touch the water."

» Find out more on Lopate's book

Music: Night on Earth : Original Soundtrack Recordings, Island, 314-510725-2
Track #5 New York mood (a new haircut and a busted lip)
Track #3 Los Angeles theme (another private dick)

Events: Tuesday, March 2
6:00—8:00pm: Reading / Booksigning
New York Public Library , Main Branch @ 42nd Street
Bartos Center, Ground Floor
Sunday, March 7
3:00pm: Reading / Booksigning
“Sundays at Sunny's” (Red Hook, Brooklyn)
Sunny’s , 253 Conover Street, Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, March 9
7:00—9:00: Reading / Booksigning
Bookcourt, 163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean Streets), Brooklyn, NY 11201
Wednesday, March 10
Discussion about Montaigne with Leonard Lopate at the Alliance Francaise/French Institute
Florence Gould Hall (55 East 59th Street) at 7 pm
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