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PHOTOS: East Hampton Library Hosts 18th Annual Authors Night

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Authors Annalyn Swan and Francesca Stanfill

Authors Annalyn Swan and Francesca Stanfill

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Julie Wilcox

Julie Wilcox

Carl Bernstein

Carl Bernstein

Rameshwar Das

Rameshwar Das

Nelson and Alex DeMille

Nelson and Alex DeMille

Abi Ishola-Ayodeji and Tia Williams

Abi Ishola-Ayodeji and Tia Williams

David Koepp and James Kirchick

David Koepp and James Kirchick

Katie Couric

Katie Couric

Samantha Boardman

Samantha Boardman

John DiLeo

John DiLeo

Amanda Fairbanks

Amanda Fairbanks

Julie Ratner, Jayne Baum, Ellen Krass and Michelle Perr

Julie Ratner, Jayne Baum, Ellen Krass and Michelle Perr

authorStaff Writer on Aug 16, 2022
East Hampton Library hosted its 18th Annual Authors Night fundraiser. One of the most popular and celebrity-studded events of the Hamptons’ summer calendar, Authors Night featured 100 authors across all... more

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