Join us for a conversation with local columnist and author Steven Slosberg about his newest book, Columnist: 45 Years of Having a Say.
About the Book:
"Slosberg quickly made a name for himself for literary and perceptive work... Slosberg's name became a household word among the Day's readers who either admired or were repulsed by his work."
"Slosberg's columns, which were often crafted with the tightness and symmetry of poems, would bring the newspaper both controversy and distinction in the next decade."
- Gregory N. Stone in his book The Day Paper: The Story of One of America's Last Independent Newspapers. Published in 2000 by The Day Publishing Co., New London, Conn.
About the Author:
Steven Slosberg lives in Stonington and worked as a reporter, editorial writer, copy editor, and columnist for The Day in New London, Conn., for more than three decades and lately has been writing weekly stories for The Westerly Sun in Westerly, R.I. During his career, he won the Horace Greeley Award for outstanding journalistic service from the New England Press Association, the Stephen A. Collins Award for public service reporting from the Connecticut Chapter, Society of Professional Journalists and first place awards from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, the American Association of Sunday and Features Editors and the New England AP News Executive Association.