4.24.13 / Events

10th Annual Authors in Kind

Each year God’s Love We Deliver hosts Authors In Kind, our literary luncheon. Friends and supporters of God’s Love We Deliver, and some of New York’s most avid readers, gather for an intimate reception, discussion and book signing. Guests meet the authors and have books signed. After a fun meet-and-greet, guests then enjoy a luncheon during which the authors entertain attendees with stories about themselves and the books they have written Karen Pearl, God’s Love President & CEO, opened with moving remarks about how this event supports the important mission of God’s Love. Linda Fairstein, the tour de force behind Authors In Kind, made lovely remarks on the work of God’s Love, its history and the community it serves. Sandra Brown shared her inspiration for the story of Low Pressure. John Schwartz told stories of his son and the importance that the love of family, friendship and community plays in our lives. And finally, Danny Meyer spoke of his connection to God’s Love, which extends back to the beginning of the AIDS pandemic, more than 25 years ago. He shared the importance of cooking for others and sharing a meal; that food can be medicine, and food is love.

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