Books by Sherill Tippins

Sherill Tippins has worked as an associate producer for PBS’s affiliate in Austin, Texas, and is the coauthor of The Irreverent Guide to New York.


HISTORY
Released: Dec. 3, 2013

"A zesty, energetic history, not only of a building, but of more than a century of American culture."
A revealing biography of the fabled Manhattan hotel, in which generations of artists and writers found a haven. Read full book review >
FEBRUARY HOUSE by Sherill Tippins
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Feb. 1, 2005

"A brief, madcap moment in literary chronicles: the house was torn down for the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in 1945."
Long-time Brooklyn resident Tippins (coauthor, The Irreverent Guide to New York) shapes a lively literary history with some surprising depth around the bawdy house of writers at 7 Middagh Avenue in Brooklyn Heights at the outbreak of WWII. Read full book review >