Voices of Sag Harbor collects more
than 80 reminiscences about life in Sag Harbor. It's a broad range
of voices and backgrounds, all bound together by their fierce
attachment to Sag Harbor and their awareness that despite the many profound
changes that have taken place over the past several decades, this is
a village that still holds them close.
As E. L. Doctorow notes in his Foreword, "Sag Harbor... is
a modestly lovely creation, human in scale, with its history
available on every street, in every yard.... all of it real and rooted
in the safe and comely and civilized democratic social organization known
as a village."