By Gary Reiswig
Scott Chaskey Karen Wise
At the Old Schoolhouse

By Lucas Hunt
Daniel Thomas Moran in 2012
By Laura Wells
Bill Henderson Lily Henderson
The Sioux warrior’s accomplishment puts Custer’s subsequent last stand in perspective
Tom Clavin, left, Bob Drury, right.

at Stony Brook Southampton

“The Wherewithal,” a novel in verse
Philip Schultz in his study in East Hampton Mark Segal

To read Capote’s short fiction is to get a real sense of his range in the expression and working out of a central and essential theme: identity
Truman Capote in 1957 East Hampton Star Archive

Local book news
Gloria Primm Brown read Margaret Walker’s poem “For My People” during the African-American Read-In on Sunday at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor. Morgan McGivern

By Mac Griswold
Edward and Patricia Shillingburg