Frederic Tuten, seated, moments before he joined Iris Smyles and Patricia Marx in a rendition of the "Thriller" dance at an East magazine authors reading at Malia Mills in East Hampton on Valentine's Day.
Malia Mills in East Hampton, a women's swimwear and clothing shop, became a pop-up gallery and space for literary readings for the winter months.
Iris Smyles read two poems, "Bitter Suite" and "The Chocolate Covered Prince," from a new book of poetry and cartoons that she is completing called "Single Life."
Patricia Marx read her short story "Audio Tour," which appeared first in The New Yorker's "Shouts and Murmurs."
Frederic Tuten read "Self Portrait With Circus" from his most recent book of inter-related short stories, "Self Portraits: Fictions."
Taylor Rose Berry of Harbor Books of Sag Harbor
A pre-reading strategy session with Frederic Tuten, Patricia Marx, and Iris Smyles
David Rattray, editor of The East Hampton Star and publisher of East magazine
A powerful winter storm will hammer East Hampton and eastern Long Island ocean and bay beaches on Monday. Downed trees and power outages are also likely.
National Weather Service
The Hook Mill green 9/11 ceremony in 2012
Ditch Plain on Sunday morning
All photographs by David E. Rattray
Along downtown Montauk, several empty boxes of golf balls (hit into the ocean?) and Bud Lite cans everywhere
Main Beach, East Hampton Village
Georgica Beach, East Hampton Village
Georgica again. Looks like it was a heck of a party.
And one last at Georgica for good measure