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Author Jennifer Miller’s Novel Marketing Campaign For Debut ‘Gadfly’

It was last July when BHB reported about Brooklyn Heights author Jennifer Miller’s unique marketing strategy for debut novel “The Year of the Gadfly,” as she hawked the book via a “novelade stand” at Montague & Henry streets. That was then. Miller has now joined forces with Togather, which lends assistance to connect authors with […]

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Renowned Heights’ Resident Amity Shlaes Publishes New Bio On Calvin Coolidge

Renowned author, columnist & Brooklyn Heights rez Amity Shlaes, whose 2007 book “The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression” was widely acclaimed, has just published “Coolidge,” a chronicle of the life of 30th president Calvin Coolidge. She tells webbie Woman Around Town, “Our ignorance of Coolidge hurts more than our understanding of […]

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Alan Light Reads From ‘The Holy Or The Broken’ At St. Ann & Holy Trinity in Brooklyn Heights: March 10

St. Ann and the Holy Trinity will host music critic Alan Light reading from his new book “The Holy or the Broken: Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley and the Unlikely Ascent of ‘Hallelujah,’” on Sunday, March 10, at 3 p.m. Suggested donation is $10. St. Ann is located at the corner of Montague and Clinton streets. […]

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‘Truth in Advertising’ Author John Kenney Likes The Heights

Brooklyn Heights’ writer & author John Kenney’s debut novel “Truth in Advertising” was released this week by A-list publisher Simon and Schuster. The book explores the fictional life of a modern day ad pro—after Kenney worked as a copywriter in NYC for 17 years and as a New Yorker magazine contributor since 1999. It was […]

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St. Francis College Professor Sorrentino Hosts ‘Presidency, FBI and MLK’ Feb. 13

Presidential Scholar & St. Francis Political Science Professor Frank Sorrentino will lead a discussion on “The Presidency, The FBI and Martin Luther King” at the St. Francis College Founders Hall on Wednesday, February 13 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. The free lecture is open to the public. To honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. […]

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