This year's Hudson Valley Writers Guild Writing Contest genre is POETRY. The winning poets receive cash prizes. The deadline May 31, 2022.
Author Carl Filbritch announces the publication of his new mystery, "No One’s Daughter: A Mike Ramsey Novel", published by Level Best Books.
Paul Castellani announces the publication of his latest novel, "The Prodigal’s Brother", published by Donwood Books.
Local poet and professor Annie Christain announces that second collection of poetry, "The Vanguards of Holography," is now available from Headmistress Press.
Local writer Mark Marchand has announced the publication of his new suspenseful historical fiction mystery, "The Answer From Surveyor 3".
Three poems - "Rose Hips," "I Am Not A Stray," and "In the Silence Where You and I Remain" - by poet and teacher Taylor Steinberg.
Two poems - "The Island" and The Labyrinth" - by poet, children's literature author, and visual artist Marlene M. Tartaglione.
Three Poems - "The Shooter Says Goodbye to Her Love," "The Captain," and "Door Winds"- by Carlin Corsino.
Mount Saint Mary College professor Dean Goldberg presents the continuing adventures of Sal Benedetto and Ethan Gold.
Writers in the Mountains (WIM) presents Fiction Writing with Thaddeus Rutkowski, a weekend intensive held online Saturday and Sunday, July 9 – 10, 2022, from to 1 to 4 pm. Once you register and pay, you will be given instructions on how to join the class. Everyone has a story to tell. Your story may … Fiction Writing Workshop with Thaddeus Rutkowski Read More »
Cheryl A. Rice announces her brand new writing workshop series - "Random Writing: A Poetry Workshop for New & Used Poets" - at the Poetry Barn.
The Arts Center of the Capital Region invites you to join us on May 7 at 2 PM to celebrate the exhibition opening of Esmé’s Stories: A Magical Journey.
National Poetry Month didn't feel the same this year for Cheryl A. Rice, but she is looking towards the future as we emerge from COVID.
In this edition of The Flying Monkey, Cheryl A. Rice discovers two scraps of paper with similar titles becoming two very different poems.
In this edition of The Flying Monkey, Cheryl A. Rice finds fourteen pounds of paperwork while getting a jumpstart on her spring cleaning.
Cheryl A. Rice discusses inspiration, mythology, and symbolism - all of the things that help her put pen to paper as a poet.
Don Levy is back with his list of favorite books of the year in the latest edition of The Next Chapter. What were some of your favorites?
Cheryl A. Rice discusses her love of typewriters and whether she should buy one she saw online in this edition of The Flying Monkey.