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Fiction/Memoir
23 May 2018 09:31AM
Anamyn Turowski

Eight-Week Workshops with
The Writers Studio / Hudson Valley
begin May 29th and June 6th.

AIM HIGH!

“Tell yourself your life depends on what you might write that day. That a great truth lies beneath the surface, just within reach, waiting for you to find the courage to…

23 May 2018 09:31AM
Anamyn Turowski

Eight-Week Workshops with
The Writers Studio / Hudson Valley
begin May 29th and June 6th.

AIM HIGH!

“Tell yourself your life depends on what you might write that day. That a great truth lies beneath the surface, just within reach, waiting for you to find the courage to…

23 May 2018 09:31AM
Anamyn Turowski

Eight-Week Workshops with
The Writers Studio / Hudson Valley
begin May 29th and June 6th.

AIM HIGH!

“Tell yourself your life depends on what you might write that day. That a great truth lies beneath the surface, just within reach, waiting for you to find the courage to…

23 May 2018 09:31AM
Anamyn Turowski

Eight-Week Workshops with
The Writers Studio / Hudson Valley
begin May 29th and June 6th.

AIM HIGH!

“Tell yourself your life depends on what you might write that day. That a great truth lies beneath the surface, just within reach, waiting for you to find the courage to…

9 May 2018 03:28PM
Hallie

Don’t miss Hudson’s own Sam J. Miller, reading from his brand new dystopian novel “Blackfish City” at this Saturday’s Volume Reading and Music Series (7 p.m. at the Spotty Dog Books and Ale). Click through to hear Sam talk with NPR about the book,…

9 May 2018 03:19PM
Hallie

Volume Reading Series, hosted by Hallie Goodman and Dani Grammerstorf French, happens on the second Saturday of every month. We feature an hour of exceptional prose and poetry readings (7-8), followed by a killer DJ set (8-9) to warm up the room. Meet your favorite…

8 May 2018 04:33PM
ArtOmi

artomi.org/calendar/artist-talk-carl-d-alvia

Saturday, May 12
3-5 PM
Benenson Center
Join us for an artist talk with Carl D’Alvia in the Benenson Visitors Center where he will discuss his practice and speak on his work Lith, currently on view in the Fields Sculpture Park. Following the talk, we will walk out…

8 May 2018 04:33PM
ArtOmi

artomi.org/calendar/artist-talk-carl-d-alvia

Saturday, May 12
3-5 PM
Benenson Center
Join us for an artist talk with Carl D’Alvia in the Benenson Visitors Center where he will discuss his practice and speak on his work Lith, currently on view in the Fields Sculpture Park. Following the talk, we will walk out…

8 May 2018 04:33PM
ArtOmi

artomi.org/calendar/artist-talk-carl-d-alvia

Saturday, May 12
3-5 PM
Benenson Center
Join us for an artist talk with Carl D’Alvia in the Benenson Visitors Center where he will discuss his practice and speak on his work Lith, currently on view in the Fields Sculpture Park. Following the talk, we will walk out…

7 May 2018 05:07PM

We’ve all been there – stuck in a job, a relationship, a mountain of debt, a precarious situation. Feeling stuck is often soul-crushing and quite debilitating – but the stories of how we decide and manage to claw ourselves out of the quicksand of our…

2 May 2018 06:47PM
Rebecca McBride

Literary historian Jon Michael Varese comes to the Chatham Bookstore with his debut novel “The Spirit Photographer” on Saturday, May 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. Set in Boston and New Orleans after the Civil War, the novel combines the end of slavery era with…

2 May 2018 08:23AM

Join us for the HiLo Spoken Word Revue, an extraordinarily festive evening of poetry, fiction and memoir, hosted by Karen Schoemer and cosponsored by Magpie Bookshop!

Featured writers include:

LEE CLAY JOHNSON is the author of the novel Nitro Mountain, which has been called “forceful”…

2 May 2018 08:23AM

Join us for the HiLo Spoken Word Revue, an extraordinarily festive evening of poetry, fiction and memoir, hosted by Karen Schoemer and cosponsored by Magpie Bookshop!

Featured writers include:

LEE CLAY JOHNSON is the author of the novel Nitro Mountain, which has been called “forceful”…

1 May 2018 10:46AM
Chad Weckler

wavefarm.org/wgxc

Thursday, May 3, 2018
WGXC 90.7-FM
2:00pm – 3:00pm / Streaming Live
Host: Chad Weckler

Guests: Melora Kuhn & Nicholas Kahn

Melora Kuhn’s work is an ongoing investigation of the human experience, within the self, and within society. Drawing from American history, fairy tales and mythology, Kuhn takes specific images…

1 May 2018 10:46AM
Chad Weckler

wavefarm.org/wgxc

Thursday, May 3, 2018
WGXC 90.7-FM
2:00pm – 3:00pm / Streaming Live
Host: Chad Weckler

Guests: Melora Kuhn & Nicholas Kahn

Melora Kuhn’s work is an ongoing investigation of the human experience, within the self, and within society. Drawing from American history, fairy tales and mythology, Kuhn takes specific images…

1 May 2018 10:46AM
Chad Weckler

wavefarm.org/wgxc

Thursday, May 3, 2018
WGXC 90.7-FM
2:00pm – 3:00pm / Streaming Live
Host: Chad Weckler

Guests: Melora Kuhn & Nicholas Kahn

Melora Kuhn’s work is an ongoing investigation of the human experience, within the self, and within society. Drawing from American history, fairy tales and mythology, Kuhn takes specific images…

1 May 2018 10:46AM
Chad Weckler

wavefarm.org/wgxc

Thursday, May 3, 2018
WGXC 90.7-FM
2:00pm – 3:00pm / Streaming Live
Host: Chad Weckler

Guests: Melora Kuhn & Nicholas Kahn

Melora Kuhn’s work is an ongoing investigation of the human experience, within the self, and within society. Drawing from American history, fairy tales and mythology, Kuhn takes specific images…

30 April 2018 04:51PM

Saturday May 5, 4:00pm

Writers of fiction, non-fiction and memoir…
you are invited to read your own work.

(7 minute maximum)

All are invited to come listen…
enjoy and be inspired by local talent.

No pre-registration is necessary. For further information contact Regina Colangelo at reginac18@verizon.net or (914) 954-3494.

30 April 2018 04:51PM

Saturday May 5, 4:00pm

Writers of fiction, non-fiction and memoir…
you are invited to read your own work.

(7 minute maximum)

All are invited to come listen…
enjoy and be inspired by local talent.

No pre-registration is necessary. For further information contact Regina Colangelo at reginac18@verizon.net or (914) 954-3494.

30 April 2018 04:51PM

Saturday May 5, 4:00pm

Writers of fiction, non-fiction and memoir…
you are invited to read your own work.

(7 minute maximum)

All are invited to come listen…
enjoy and be inspired by local talent.

No pre-registration is necessary. For further information contact Regina Colangelo at reginac18@verizon.net or (914) 954-3494.

30 April 2018 11:29AM
Hudson Area Library Programs

In conjunction with the Hudson Children’s Book Festival, Hudson Area Library is pleased to present Today’s Journals Are Tomorrow’s Literature: Using Your Journal to Write, Organize and Polish Great Stories. a special presentation from acclaimed Newbery Award-winning author Jack Gantos on Friday, May 4, 3-4pm…

30 April 2018 11:07AM
Hudson Area Library Programs

The Link Project and OutHudson is sponsoring the discussion of Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality by Sarah McBride on Thursday, May 3 at 6pm. Informative, heartbreaking, and empowering, Tomorrow Will Be Different is the 2018 memoir of McBride,…

26 April 2018 10:43AM
Columbia County Historical Society

www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/arts/edna-st-vincent-millays-farmhouse-steepletop-faces-closure.html

Mark Twain had Quarry Farm. Pablo Neruda had his Valparaiso home on the hill. And Edna St. Vincent Millay had Steepletop, her farmhouse home in Austerlitz, N.Y., where she wrote poetry about its sprawling, lush grounds. But the house, now a museum and a National…

26 April 2018 10:43AM
Columbia County Historical Society

www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/arts/edna-st-vincent-millays-farmhouse-steepletop-faces-closure.html

Mark Twain had Quarry Farm. Pablo Neruda had his Valparaiso home on the hill. And Edna St. Vincent Millay had Steepletop, her farmhouse home in Austerlitz, N.Y., where she wrote poetry about its sprawling, lush grounds. But the house, now a museum and a National…

26 April 2018 10:43AM
Columbia County Historical Society

www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/arts/edna-st-vincent-millays-farmhouse-steepletop-faces-closure.html

Mark Twain had Quarry Farm. Pablo Neruda had his Valparaiso home on the hill. And Edna St. Vincent Millay had Steepletop, her farmhouse home in Austerlitz, N.Y., where she wrote poetry about its sprawling, lush grounds. But the house, now a museum and a National…

 

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