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Canio’s Calendar Marks The Days For Book Lovers

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The cover of Canio's 2020 calendar features bookshop habitues Myron Clement and Joe Petrocick in their shiny red Mustang convertible once owned by Truman Capote.

The cover of Canio's 2020 calendar features bookshop habitues Myron Clement and Joe Petrocick in their shiny red Mustang convertible once owned by Truman Capote.

authorStaff Writer on Dec 9, 2019

Do you have a Canio’s lover in your life, obsessed with making every fiction and poetry reading, or regularly holed up in the Sag Harbor bookstore’s overflowing stacks.

Look no further for the perfect present.

Out just in time for the holidays is the Canio’s Commemorative Calendar for 2020, featuring photographs from over the past 20 years — captured by none other than co-owner Kathryn Szoka,

“Makes a great gift for Canio’s fans far and wide!” according to a press release.

Celebrating two decades at the bookshop, the limited edition calendar includes portraits of well-known writers at the shop — from Mark Doty and Kurt Vonnegut to Margaret Atwood and more — as well as beloved customers and memorable events.

“The full color cover features bookshop habitues Myron Clement and Joe Petrocick in their shiny red Mustang convertible once owned by Truman Capote,” the release said. “The commemorative edition calendar is available for $20.”

For more information, call 631-725-4926 or visit caniosbooks.com. And don’t forget about the poetry reading with Pulitzer Prize-winner Philip Schultz on Saturday, December 14, at 5 p.m., and a holiday jazz concert with bassist Steve Shaughnessy and guitarist Mike Gari on Friday, December 27, at 5:30 p.m.

They may even make the next calendar.

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