LIC: A Special Storytime with Neil Cohen

Event date: 
07/21/2019 - 11:30am

Join us at Book Culture LIC on Sunday, July 21st at 11:30am for a special storytime with author Neil Cohen, as he reads from his new picture book, American Gargoyles: Save the Wentworth. The reading will be followed by a coloring activity inspired by the book.

The American Gargoyles have one mission, to save the Wentworth Building. Decorations that come to life as they adorn the once celebrated but now-forgotten Wentworth, which has been targeted for destruction by an egomaniacal developer who wants to knock down the classy old building to build a giant mirror so he can look at himself all day, the American Gargoyles must figure out a way to save their home. Working together to go from forgotten to cheered by the entire city in this charming story.


Neil Cohen is a playwright, journalist, television and screen writer who co-wrote and co-directed the underground indie cult comedy Chief Zabu, a film--lost for 30 years--about a New York real estate developer who dreams of having political influence. Recently featured in The New York Times, Chief Zabu is a film that Peter Bogdanovich calls "Funny and Outrageous" and The Hollywood Reporter calls "A Comic Time Capsule with a Timeless Punch." Neil Cohen's plays have been produced in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, and his non-fiction writing has appeared in Los Angeles Magazine, BUZZ, Playboy, LA Progressive, New Millennium Writings, and New York Magazine; his illustrations have appeared in Esquire. His comic 'jukebox operetta, ' Da Ponte, is in development with The Berkshire Stage. A dual US-Spanish citizen, Neil Cohen lives in Santa Monica California and The Hudson Valley.

Event address: 
26-09 Jackson Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101
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American Gargoyles: Save the Wentworth Cover Image
$20.00
ISBN: 9781644280119
Availability: On Our Shelves Now - Click Title to See Location Inventory.
Published: Rare Bird Books, a Vireo Book - June 11th, 2019