BRATTLEBORO -- Screenwriter and author Peter Gelfan will present his new novel "Found Objects" at two local readings this week.
On Friday, Gelfan will discuss "Found Objects" at 6 p.m., at Everyone’s Books on Elliot Street.
On Saturday, Gelfan will read at the Grafton Public Library at 3 p.m., followed by book sales, signing and beverages in the Phelps Barn at The Grafton Inn from 4 to 5 p.m. At 6:00 pm there is limited seating for dinner at The Grafton Inn with the author. For dinner reservations, e-mail email@example.com or call 802-843-2726.
Gelfan’s "Found Objects," set in Vermont, is described as a "fluent, engaging novel that penetrates a modern family’s domestic arrangement and exposes what happens when it comes under threat and begins to unravel. A wise and rueful tale for our times, unerringly told, by a masterful writer," according to Tony Cohan, best-selling author of "Canary," "On Mexican Time" and "Valparaiso."