Katie Arnoldi, author of Point Dume, The Wentworths, and Chemical Pink, is featured in a lengthy profile by Marc Weingarten in The Los Angeles Times: "The characters in her latest novel share a 'sense of belonging and yet not belonging' that the lifelong Malibu resident believes is a central tenet of present-day Malibu. . .“Part comedy of manners and part cautionary tale, "Point Dume" (named after the stunning coastal promontory in Malibu) tells the interlocking stories of disparate characters all bound by their connection to the land by the sea.”
Katie is in New York tonight for the popular Animal Farm Reading Series at Happy Ending, 302 Broome Street, in SoHo. 7pm. She will be back in California next week for a reading on June 13 at Beirut Nights Cafe, 8828 Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.