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.

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
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 >