Hudson Valley Writers Guild Newsletter, September 2015

The September 2015 HVWG Newsletter is out packed with news and announcements from all over the region.

Guild Announcements:

  • Community of Writers Reading September 13

Member Announcements:

  • Champagne Books to publish Traitor Knight by Keith W. Willis
  • Upcoming events promote James Schlett’s A Not Too Greatly Changed Eden: The Story of the Philosophers’ Camp in the Adirondacks
  • Pauline Bartel presents “Gone With the Wind’s Rocky Road to Atlanta” September 18
  • “Your Body’s Autobiography: Movement, Massage & Memoir” September 25-27

Area Announcements:

  • Call for Art: Pine Hollow Arboretum digital photography exhibit
  • Caffè Lena to feature Alan Catlin & Bruce Bennett September 2
  • Arthur’s Market and Cafe 2nd Wednesdays Poetry to feature Esther Willison September 9
  • 2nd Sunday @ 2 Open Mic for Poetry & Prose launches 6th season September 13
  • Writers in the Mountains presents 6-week workshop starting September 14: “Where does a play come from? And where can it go?”
  • Third Thursday features poet Mike Jurkovic September 17
  • Hudson River Coffee House line-up September 24
  • Writers in the Mountains announces “Riting Myth, Writing Myth: Plotting Your Personal Story” September 25-27
  • Arts Center announces new opportunities for artists to showcase their work & gain support
  • Writers Institute Fall 2015 schedule of events
  • Young adults (ages 19-30): Apply for a scholarship from The Chris Miller Fund

Continue reading at hvwg.org