That's funny.

Really?

Interview with Jill Radsken, correspondent for Boston Globe

Signing books at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

With Susie Kitchens, UK Consul General, Boston, in front of a portrait of MRS QUEEN'S great grandfather

MRS QUEEN loves a chandelier, a gilt mirror, and a decent crowd.

Launch party for MRS QUEEN TAKES THE TRAIN at the Residence of the British Consul General, Boston

With Nan Talese the editor of READING JACKIE at the Colony Club, NYC, October 2011

Buy Mrs Queen Takes The Train

Recent Events





The Old North Church (Boston, MA), Bestsellers Books (Medford, MA), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA), Colony Club (New York, NY), Boston Athenaeum (Boston, MA), WGBH Downton Abbey Evening (Boston, MA), Newtonville Books (Newton, MA), Boston Public Library, Warwick's (La Jolla, CA), Scranton Public Library (Scranton, PA), Litchfield Public Library (Litchfield, CT), Geer Village (Canaan, CT)



The curator of Prints & Drawings at the Boston Athenaeum, Catharina Slautterback, invited me and two other writers to compose a piece inspired by the current exhibition. My piece is also part of a work in progress on John Singer Sargent & Isabella Gardner. The other writers are Newberry Award winner Jack Gantos, and NEA award winning poet Jill McDonough. I come on at minute 6:20.







I talked about the publishing career at Jacqueline Onassis at the Boston Athenaeum. How do the books she chose to publish reflect on who she was?


This is a funny video of me cracking up at Geer Village book talk. Sometimes I take myself too seriously, but when two members of the audience told me how bored they were, I couldn't help but laugh.



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