Sanibel Satire - J. David Truby at Sanibel Library
J. David Truby returns to the Sanibel Public Library with funny tales of the "Dark Side" of Sanibel:
It’s time for Dr. J. David Truby annual local satire talk, “Sliding Down That Razor Blade of San/Cap’s Good Life.” The talk is totally in “good will humor” and is based on a book he’s been creating for the past four years.
Truby and his wife first came to Sanibel in 1985, then became regular annual “Seasonal Cowards” (as he calls them), 29 years ago, always staying at the original Sanibel Arms. He played softball for Sam Bailey’s team for many years and then played in the Baileyball pickup games. A U.S. Army veteran, Truby has been a member of the island’s American Legion Post 123 for 25 years.
His talk is silly and he will ask folks for funny local insider details to include in his book, which he says he “may actually write someday.” Over his 68-year career, Truby says he has "solid experience" in advertising, consulting, criminal investigation, higher education, journalism, photography, public relations, and sales. He has had 23 books published, and has earned 11 national writing awards.
The public is invited to this Library Program. There is no registration required and no additional cost to participate.