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listening to diverse voices
Ali-Khan will speak about her memoir, A Good Country, which grapples with the U.S. legacy of exploitation and racism across her experiences living in different U.S. cities and Canada.
Sarasota's Kim Cressell is turning her 20-year side gig into a full-fledged how-to business. Here are her tips for how to maximize your rental income.
In The Third Return, Monica Medina details growing up in an abusive household. Now, she is devoted to helping women in similar circumstances.
New Book Alert
Brian J. Morra's new historical thriller, "The Able Archers," is a fictionalized account of a very real event.
The Sarasota Tiger Bay Club will hold the event at Michael's on East on Thursday, May 5.
Q & A
Renkl’s new book Graceland, at Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache From the American South collects 60 of her opinion pieces.
For such a small city, Sarasota sure seems to make the news a lot.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Amy Diamond moved from L.A. to Sarasota and just published her first children's book.
Ann Goldstein, who has translated all of Ferrante's novels, including her newest, "The Lying Life of Adults," is participating in a Bookstore1Sarasota Zoom event on Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Fins and Fun
White, a longtime fishing guide-turned-writer, debuts his first-ever book aimed at middle-schoolers this month.
The author and motivational speaker visited Sarasota last week to discuss his new book, Stepping Forward: A Positive, Practical Path to Transform Our Communities and Our Lives.
The National Book Award longlister is coming to Sarasota this August.
Sarasota has long prided itself on its authors, some of them household names. Here are 10 who belong in our Writers’ Hall of Fame.
Queen of Hearts
“I think everyone can write a book."
The humorist read from his writings on the Van Wezel stage and took questions from the audience.
Sedaris will give a talk April 19 at the Van Wezel.
Words of Wisdom
The author of books on Harry Truman, John Adams and more offered insights into leadership and community as well.
Presidential Medal of Freedom-winning historian David McCullough will be the featured guest at the Gulf Coast Community Foundation’s 2017 Better Together luncheon.
The line-up includes several Sarasota premieres and a gala evening with Steve Martin and Martin Short.
We asked best-selling crime novelist Tim Dorsey where his hero, Serge A. Storms, would drink.