Robert Buckeye and Peter Anastas will read from new work in fiction and non-fiction, followed by a dialogue focusing on the writers and texts that have informed and inspired their writing and brought them to where they are now.
Anastas will read from his recently completed memoir From Gloucester Out. Buckeye will read from Fade, a novel that takes place in Bratislava.
Anastas is a Gloucester native whose most recent publication is A Walker in the City, a selection from his weekly columns in the Gloucester Times.
Buckeye lives in Vermont and has had seven works of fiction published, including works on Edvard Munch, the Detroit Riot, Trotsky’s daughter, Zina, and the infamous Countess Elizabeth Bathory as well as works set in places such as Puerto Rico, Bratislava, and Montreal.