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For more information about this event contact Dan Wilcox, (518) 482-0262 or [email protected] of Poetry & Prose September 29 Greetings, Literature Fans!
Northshire Bookstore Saratoga is located at 424 Broadway (northshire.com).
In May of 2015 they self-published , which represents the poetry of six out of the eight Gossamer Stone Poets.
The poets are from Southwestern Vermont and over the border into New York State, hence the name of their book. Summerhill will read from his work at the Social Justice Center, 33 Central Avenue, Albany, on Thursday, September 15, p.m.
They meet twice a month for reading and writing meetings, enjoy getting away together for writing retreats to monasteries and Montreal and are in demand for “The Poet Is In” event. Daniel Summerhill was previously named “Youth Poet Laureate” in 2009.
Although diverse in their poetry forms and styles, they share a passion for poetry that’s been a beacon in their creative lives. (You will be notified of exact venue.) Contact Carol, at (518) 441-7271 or [email protected] any questions or for more information. He is an Oakland native an a nationally recognized poet/performance artist. A reading by a local or regional poet is held each Third Thursday at the Social Justice Center.
She is a member of the prestigious American Society of Journalists and Authors. New member requests editing help A note from new member Robert Generali: “I am in need of some editing help with a work of fiction I’ve completed of about 43,000 words in length.
I have gone as far as I am able and really need another set of eyes on it.
Featured authors this year include Christopher Breiseth, Elizabeth Brundage, Michelle Hoover, Courtney Maum, David Pietrusza, Ruth Reichl, Russell Shorto, Will Swift, Mark Wunderlich and Steve Yarbrough.
Admission is free to all of the events, save for the early book-buying opportunities detailed below.
There’s a special Kids’ Corner for young readers and a media rack full of CDs and audio books. Spencertown Academy members will have first crack at the books and enjoy wine, cheese and shopping at the Member’s Preview Party on Friday, September 2, from 6 p.m. Please note: This event is for Academy members and their guests only.
A first-floor gallery features a handpicked selection of specialty books, limited editions, out-of-print books and new books donated by leading national publishers. (Book dealers are welcome at the early-buying opportunity Saturday morning.) Shoppers and book dealers who want first pick of the stock can take advantage of an early-buying opportunity on Saturday, September 3, from 8- a.m.
The book sale is open to the public on Saturday, September 3, from a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Monday, September 5 (bargain day), from 10 a.m. Admission for early buying on Saturday is (cash only).