To the Editors:
Join us in an evening for Peace, April 18 at 8 P.M. at the Ethical Culture Society.
We know that readers of The New York Review of Books will be eager to hear Francine du Plessix Gray read from new work by Daniel Berrigan and to hear talks and readings by Sister Elizabeth McAllister, Lillian Hellman, Muriel Rukeyser, Elizabeth Hardwick, Arthur Miller, Robert Ryan, Jules Feiffer, Herbert Mitgang, Theodore Solotaroff and Louis Untermeyer. In addition, Richard Hammer will discuss and present Joseph Strick’s twenty-minute film, “Interviews with My Lai Veterans.”
Publishers for Peace has been revived. We have been sending books to coffee houses and will be marching in force in Washington on April 24. This evening starts the spring peace action under the cosponsorship of Publishers for Peace and NYPAC.
If you wish to be a patron for “An Evening for Peace,” call Joan Simon at (212) BU8-0756. But come in any case. Contributions for the evening of $2.50, $5.00 or $25 can be paid at the door.
We look forward to your company.
Publishers for Peace
April 22, 1971