Saw a lot of interesting things and met more great people at Book Expo America Yesterday. Too much for one post, so in this one I'll share more pictures of my literary tourism and write up the conference later.
Interesting place for dinner with some more classic New York Pizza. This restaurant was once a church and is worth visiting for both the food and architecture.
Check out the ceiling and stained glass. Beautiful.
We went to Old Town Bar, a place where literary types such as Frank McCourt and Nick Hornby have been in the past.
Note to women - the ladies room is upstairs. While it seems like an inconvenience, I enjoyed the trip and the scenery in the upstairs room, which was not in use on this busy Friday night. Here's a shot of the room.
And the trip back down with all the creakiness of well-traveled stairs.
We ended the night by going to one of the most imaginative theatrical productions I've seen. I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it, but it's a very creative interpretation of MacBeth called "Sleep No More" and it takes place here:
Check it out if you're in New York. It was worth staying up until 3:15 AM to see it, and I'm a "morning person."