Cape Cod Writers Center



Arlene Kay  author of seven published novels, will conduct a seminar on “Developing Convincing Characters” at the S. Yarmouth Library on Sunday June 25th at 2pm. This event is a lively interactive session that will give both readers and writers insights on the keys to character building.


Gustaf Berger’s latest book, Death Postponed, is available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback. For more information, check out Berger’s website.

 Hugh Blair-Smith will be presenting his one-hour slide show on Left Brains for the Right Stuff: Computers, Space, and History at the Dennis Public Library in Dennisport on June 1 at 6:30 pm. Also, his essay on global economic trends and ideas is being published by the Harvard Alumni Association in a book of essays by members of the Harvard Class of 1957.

Judith Bougas, pen name Judith Manchester, will speak at the Eastham Historical Society’s Schoolhouse Museum on Wednesday, August 23, at 7 pm.  With a photo presentation, she will tell of her discovery of the profiled face on Doane Rock and explain how local history helped develop characters and plot in her novel Sisters of the Stone.

Anita A. Caruso and Barbara E. Struna will be selling their books at the Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties on the harbor front, June 12th to June 18th, 11 am – 8 pm. Barbara Struna will be showcasing her historical novels The Old Cape House, The Old Cape Teapot, and The Old Cape Hollywood Secret. Caruso will offer her children’s books, Brayden’s Magical Jungle, Brayden’s Magical Carousel Horse, and Brayden’s Magical Forest, plus her memoir, As Ever, Pudd. For more information on their books, check out Anita Caruso’s blog and Barbara Struna’s Amazon page.