Pulitzer-Prize winning author Michael Moss will read briefly from his new 480-page book that takes on the food processing industry. It's called "Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us."
Philipp Meyer will quote from "The Sun," his work of historical fiction that follows a Texas family through survival from Commanche attacks in the 1800's to the border raids of the early 1900's and on to the oil boom era of the 20th century.Joanna Herson will read from her new novel about a love triangle and the friendship of two Harvard graduates called "A Dual Inheritance."
The evening’s activities will be preceded by a buffet dinner catered by chef Navjot Arora of the restaurant Chutney Masala. The cost per person is $25 payable by check or cash at the door. Checks should be made out to Chutney Masala. The RiverView bar only accepts cash.
Indian buffet dinner
Buffet service begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 7:30 p.m. when the first author is introduced.
Book signings take place from 8:30 to 9 p.m. The books can be purchased from on-site representatives of The Village Book Store of Pleasantville, NY, by cash, check or credit card.The authors will be introduced by DeLauné Michel.
Spoken Interludes was founded in 1996 by Michel. It conducts a number of meet-the-author gatherings annually where writers read passages, answers questions and autograph their latest books.
Michel is a resident of Irvington and the author of "Aftermath of Dreaming" and "The Safety of Secrets," published by HarperCollins.
To make a reservation for the September 25, 2013 program, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.