Local Author Hosting Book Signing Event
Republican-American columnist Tracey O’Shaughnessy will be speaking about social commentary, the newspaper business and her new book, “Put the Kettle On,” Saturday, from noon to 2 p.m. at Elizabeth Richards, Barcaly Square, Woodbury.
O’Shaughnessy, who has been with the newspaper for 22 years, will sign copies of her new book, published by Equa Press. She will discuss her book, newspaper career and the newspaper industry in general.
“Put The Kettle On,” her second book, is a collection of some of her award-winning commentary, speeches and longer essays, loosely links the idea of connection in an overly connected world.
A native of Lexington, Mass., O’Shaughnessy is a graduate of American and Wesleyan universities. She is associate features editor at the newspaper, where she covers the visual arts and culture. O’Shaughnessy has won national and regional journalism awards for her arts criticism, columns, religion writing and features.
Her book is available at John Bale Booksellers in Waterbury, Middlebury Consignment, the Hickory Stick Book Shop in Washington and Elizabeth Richards in Woodbury.
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