The Chappaqua Library will be hosting a lecture on Wednesday. The lecture is co-sponsored by Friends of Rocky Hills. The public is welcome to attend, free of charge. The lecture, Making A New Garden: And A New Life, is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m.
Author Dominique Browning will be on hand to read an excerpt from her newest book, Slow Love. Browning will also be displaying photographs and talking about having to rebuild her life and garden, one seed at a time.
Browning is a writer, editor and consultant in the newspaper and magazine industries. She has written for The Wall Street Journal, O: The Oprah Magazine, and The New York Times.
In 1977, Browning began her career working at Savvy and American Photographer magazines. She later became an associate literary editor at Esquire magazine. Browning went on to became the first woman at any news magazine to be appointed an assistant managing editor when she accepted the position at Newsweek.
Today, Browning is the author of several books, including, Around the House and In the Garden: a Memoir of Heartbreak, Healing, and Home Improvement ; Paths of Desire: the Passion of a Suburban Gardener ; and Slow Love: How I Lost my Job, Put on My Pajamas, and Found Happiness .
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