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Fiction/Memoir
13 October 2020 12:34PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is hosting author Jacinta Bunnell and illustrator Crystal Vielula for a special virtual book release party and storytime celebrating their new picture book, A More Graceful Shaboom. This is a child-friendly event that is open to all ages, and will take place…

13 October 2020 12:34PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is hosting author Jacinta Bunnell and illustrator Crystal Vielula for a special virtual book release party and storytime celebrating their new picture book, A More Graceful Shaboom. This is a child-friendly event that is open to all ages, and will take place…

13 October 2020 12:34PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is hosting author Jacinta Bunnell and illustrator Crystal Vielula for a special virtual book release party and storytime celebrating their new picture book, A More Graceful Shaboom. This is a child-friendly event that is open to all ages, and will take place…

13 October 2020 12:34PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is hosting author Jacinta Bunnell and illustrator Crystal Vielula for a special virtual book release party and storytime celebrating their new picture book, A More Graceful Shaboom. This is a child-friendly event that is open to all ages, and will take place…

13 October 2020 11:26AM
Gina Hyams

www.spencertownacademy.org

This profile is part of the Academy’s ongoing series spotlighting the organization’s talented and hardworking volunteers.

Maxwell Perkins was known as the “Editor of Genius” and a friend to writers. He had a strong, but light touch. In his quiet, gentlemanly manner, he…

12 October 2020 09:51AM
Enid Futterman

stpetersburgreview.com/master-class/

Laurie Stone, who lives in Livingston, writes like no one else. She is also a singular teacher—incisive, inspiring, compassionate—and this is a rare thing: An immersive experience with Laurie and Dawn Raffel, a virtual residency for a group of no more than ten writers for…

12 October 2020 09:51AM
Enid Futterman

stpetersburgreview.com/master-class/

Laurie Stone, who lives in Livingston, writes like no one else. She is also a singular teacher—incisive, inspiring, compassionate—and this is a rare thing: An immersive experience with Laurie and Dawn Raffel, a virtual residency for a group of no more than ten writers for…

12 October 2020 09:51AM
Enid Futterman

stpetersburgreview.com/master-class/

Laurie Stone, who lives in Livingston, writes like no one else. She is also a singular teacher—incisive, inspiring, compassionate—and this is a rare thing: An immersive experience with Laurie and Dawn Raffel, a virtual residency for a group of no more than ten writers for…

10 October 2020 05:36PM
Mat Zucker

bronzeseekssilver.com

We moved to Dutchess County five years ago from New York City, but only started being full-time last October. I’ve documented a lot of the experience through my podcast, “Cidiot” but most of that has been from a person point of view. Only when I…

6 October 2020 08:04PM
cultureandcommerceproject.com

www.gofundme.com/manage/publish-tales-of-the-dragon-wand/update/all

Dear friends,

I’m writing on behalf of my dear friend Gordon Scarritt, who is a wonderful meditation teacher and a gifted writer. Some of you may know he has been on a retreat in California these last few weeks working on his novel, Tales of the…

6 October 2020 02:19PM
Tara Fitzpatrick

hudsonvalleymemoir.org

I was so excited to share this opportunity with Elizabeth. To hear a woman of such renown, sharing her words and creativity, was an experience I did not want either of us to miss. I knew Elizabeth might be too young to understand or fully…

2 October 2020 04:31PM
Fisher Center at Bard

fishercenter.bard.edu/events/chapter-and-verse/

Created by Meshell Ndegeocello in collaboration with Charlotte Brathwaite, Chapter & Verse is inspired by James Baldwin’s truth-telling treatise on justice in America, The Fire Next Time, and our endlessly changing world. This is a 21st-century ritual tool kit for justice. A call for revolution.…

2 October 2020 04:31PM
Fisher Center at Bard

fishercenter.bard.edu/events/chapter-and-verse/

Created by Meshell Ndegeocello in collaboration with Charlotte Brathwaite, Chapter & Verse is inspired by James Baldwin’s truth-telling treatise on justice in America, The Fire Next Time, and our endlessly changing world. This is a 21st-century ritual tool kit for justice. A call for revolution.…

29 September 2020 09:24PM
Susanna O'Brien

hudsonvalleymemoir.org

Sitting around a vacation dinner table was the trigger. As we lifted our masks to launch a chat over cocktails, a friend commented that masks are ridiculous. The flu is just as bad as COVID-19, he said, before citing the story of a friend who…

22 September 2020 04:42PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is offering a 5-week virtual session of its popular class, Creative Writing with Maureen McNeil, on Thursdays 2:30 – 3:30pm, from October 1 until November 5. In this fall session, participants will respond through writing to current events such as the pandemic…

22 September 2020 04:42PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is offering a 5-week virtual session of its popular class, Creative Writing with Maureen McNeil, on Thursdays 2:30 – 3:30pm, from October 1 until November 5. In this fall session, participants will respond through writing to current events such as the pandemic…

22 September 2020 04:42PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is offering a 5-week virtual session of its popular class, Creative Writing with Maureen McNeil, on Thursdays 2:30 – 3:30pm, from October 1 until November 5. In this fall session, participants will respond through writing to current events such as the pandemic…

22 September 2020 04:42PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

hudsonarealibrary.org

Hudson Area Library is offering a 5-week virtual session of its popular class, Creative Writing with Maureen McNeil, on Thursdays 2:30 – 3:30pm, from October 1 until November 5. In this fall session, participants will respond through writing to current events such as the pandemic…

22 September 2020 11:30AM

www.roejanlibrary.org/adult-programs/

Cartoonist Barbara Slate will be leading a FREE four-class Zoom workshop on how to create a graphic novel, write a character study, focus on the narrative of the story, and create layouts. No experience or drawing skills are necessary to participate. This workshop is open…

22 September 2020 11:30AM

www.roejanlibrary.org/adult-programs/

Cartoonist Barbara Slate will be leading a FREE four-class Zoom workshop on how to create a graphic novel, write a character study, focus on the narrative of the story, and create layouts. No experience or drawing skills are necessary to participate. This workshop is open…

22 September 2020 11:30AM

www.roejanlibrary.org/adult-programs/

Cartoonist Barbara Slate will be leading a FREE four-class Zoom workshop on how to create a graphic novel, write a character study, focus on the narrative of the story, and create layouts. No experience or drawing skills are necessary to participate. This workshop is open…

22 September 2020 11:30AM

www.roejanlibrary.org/adult-programs/

Cartoonist Barbara Slate will be leading a FREE four-class Zoom workshop on how to create a graphic novel, write a character study, focus on the narrative of the story, and create layouts. No experience or drawing skills are necessary to participate. This workshop is open…

20 September 2020 10:00PM
Barry Brodie

hudsonvalleymemoir.org

My father, in his Sunday clothes — chinos, open-collared button down shirt, Vitalis in his hair — drove his shiny new 1959 Impala, with the eyebrow shaped tailfins, toward the parking lot. Mom was next to him with blonde, beauty-parlored hair, holding enough Aqua Net…

18 September 2020 10:12AM
seth rogovoy

I turned sixty just about a half year ago, almost exactly on the day that the pandemic-induced lockdown began. The small party planned to mark this milestone was postponed, and the day itself came and went with little celebration. Instead, it marked the beginning of…

17 September 2020 01:18PM
Susanna O'Brien

hudsonvalleymemoir.org

Jumping off the wooden arched bridge into the cool salty stream below, we had all lost track of time. We searched for crabs with our sand shovels and nets, filling up buckets of water as temporary homes and comparing our catches with one another. The…

 

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