Books

Here’s a cat story that won’t make you groan. First of all, Rupert, in Jules Feiffer’s latest book for children, “Rupert Can Dance” (Michael di Capua, $17.95), isn’t what you’d call cute, more like an orange...

“Echoes of Heartsounds” Martha Weinman Lear Open Road, $9.99

“Only You” Eileen Obser Oak Tree Press, $14.95 Eileen Obser, freelance writer, editor, and teacher, has written a book about sex. Now that I’ve gotten your attention, “Only You” is a memoir about her experience...

“Only You” Eileen Obser Oak Tree Press, $14.95 Eileen Obser, freelance writer, editor, and teacher, has written a book about sex. Now that I’ve gotten your attention, “Only You” is a memoir about her experience...
All in the family, sort of, the Springs and Pushcart Press families: Linda Coleman, whose memoir, “Radical Descent,” is newly published by Pushcart, and Bill Henderson, the press’s founder, both of whom live in the hamlet, will...

“Radical Descent” Linda Coleman Pushcart, $18
New Prize for Comic Fiction Writers, you have until the end of the month to get your submissions in for the new Robert Reeves $1,000 Prize in Comic Fiction, courtesy of Stony Brook Southampton and judged by the college’s Daniel Menaker, a...

“A Certain Summer” Patricia Beard Gallery Books, $16 When a few days of Indian summer appear on the East End this autumn, pick up Patricia Beard’s debut novel, “A Certain Summer,” pack a picnic, and enjoy an...
Secrets of Disney Animation John Canemaker, who won a 2005 Oscar for his animated short “The Moon and the Son,” an imagined conversation with his father, will venture into “the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic,”...