OSWEGO, NY – Jerome Mark Antil will talk on his life experiences growing up in Cortland and then rural upstate New York, many of which went into his first book.
Arrive at the Oswego Public Library any time from the 7 p.m. June 26 start to the library closing at 8 p.m.
The ingenuity and spirit of the 1940s inspired the children of that era “come to the rescue, just let anyone threaten their family, friends, or someone weaker and helpless – you will see D-day all over again,” according to the book’s back.
After the talk we’ll stay as long as people want.
Jerry will have copies of The Pompey Hollow Book Club for sale and will stay after his hour talk to sign and chat.
Librarian Edward Elsner is looking forward to hearing all of his stories.
A preview is at jeromemarkantil.com/blog/ simply by searching for “Trailer” or going to the April 28 entry.