Friends of the Key West Library 2021 Virtual Lecture Series

The fourth talk features popular writer Tom Corcoran discussing his new Key West mystery, The Cayo Hueso Maze.

Corcoran has lived in Florida for over 40 years, with ten of those years in Key West, and four years on Cudjoe Key. In addition to co-writing the Jimmy Buffett favorites, “Cuban Crime of Passion” and “Fins,” he has been a bartender, a U.S. Navy officer, a professional photographer, a screenwriter, and an automotive magazine editor. His photos appeared on seven Jimmy Buffett album covers, and his portraits of Thomas McGuane, Winston Groom, Les Standiford, and James W. Hall have appeared on numerous book dust jackets. Over 160 of Tom’s photos of the 1970s and 1980s were collected in 2008’s award-winning book, “Key West in Black and White.”

Corcoran also wears the hat of a publisher, producing and distributing titles such as The Railroad That Died at Sea, Yesterday’s Florida Keys, Key West and the Spanish-American War, Papa Hemingway in Key West, and Jimmy Buffett – the Key West Years.

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