Kilmer-Purcell will discuss his newest novel as part of the
Word for Word Author Series held in Bryant Park in New York
City. The event, hosted by TV/radio personality Scott
Nevins, is scheduled for Wednesday, June 25,
The event is free
and open to the public.
the author of I'm Not Myself These Days,
a memoir about his days as a drag queen in New York City.
His latest work, The Candy Everybody Wants, is
a comical novel about a Midwestern man seeking fame,
fortune, and freedom in New York and Los Angeles.
The Bryant Park
Reading Room is located outside on the 42nd Street side
of the park, between the back of the New York Public Library
and 6th Avenue.
If there is rain,
the venue will be moved to the Library of the General
Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen at 20 W. 44th St. between
5th and 6th avenues.
For a complete
list of participants in the series, visit: www.bryantpark.org/calendar/wordforword.php.