NOTICE THE LOCATION CHANGE! IT WILL BE HELD AT THE BIG SUR GRANGE!!!
Nathaniel Kressen's "Concrete Fever" is a Henry Miller Library sensation.
A couple of years back, the acclaimed Brooklyn-based novelist and playwright sent us a dozen or so copies of his riveting debut novel and lo and behold, they promptly flew off the shelves. It's a certifiable and reliable best-seller!
Now we're very excited to welcome Nathaniel here, in person, on Sunday March 19th for a free reading and talk!
Let's let Nathaniel take it from here...
Nathaniel Kressen -- the bestselling indie author of "Concrete Fever" & "Dahlia Cassandra" -- LOVES the Henry Miller Memorial Library. Perhaps too much. Something about the redwoods, the ping pong, the tables lined with literature.
It makes him want to jump onstage and read his newest, rawest, untested work. It makes him want to wax poetic about how he bound the first 200 copies of his novel by hand, how he runs a writing collective that’s become one of the foremost groups in Brooklyn, how he’s embarking on a serialized fiction experiment about whiskey and wrapping up his third book. Good thing he only comes to Big Sur once a year.
Otherwise the Library’s staff would never be able to get rid of him.