Long Island Noir
Oct 3 2012 7:00PM - Oct 3 2012 9:00PM
Program No: 9976


Enjoy dark fiction about Long Island? Long Island Noir edited by Kaylie Jones is an anthology covering Long Island extremes, from the comfortably rich to the horribly poor, and all the darkness between.

Join us on October 3, as 3 of the authors of this book tell their unique story about Long Island. One of the writers, Matthew McGevna, a former Mastic Beach resident will discuss his short story based on his experiences growing up in Mastic Beach.

Open to all!

Don’t miss this look at the dark side of life! .

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