Poetry reading at Troy Kitchen, 9/8/19

Check it out: I’m one of fifteen people who recently took part in the New York State Writers Institute Community Writers Workshop and will complete the poetry course with a public reading at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 8, at Troy Kitchen, 77 Congress St. The event is free and open to the public, andContinue reading “Poetry reading at Troy Kitchen, 9/8/19”

#518Day in the News

Thank you to The Daily Gazette and Saratogian for highlighting the #518Day social media campaign slated for Thursday, May 18 The Daily Gazette, 05/13/17: #518Day returns Thursday to promote local arts scene Saratogian, 05/10/17: #518Day, Thursday, May 18 What is #518Day? Learn more about it on this page.  

#518Day is already becoming a thing!

It’s great to see that people are already touting #518Day on social media (here and here) — and other media! #518Day is a way for arts groups, venues, makers, and their fans and friends to celebrate the vibrant arts communities of the 518 area code on May 18 (5/18). Most people will take to social mediaContinue reading “#518Day is already becoming a thing!”

Who I’ll be reading with on Bloomsday

I’ll be taking part in a Bloomsday reading with a great group of people. Here is who will be reading, and which part of Ulysses they’ll be reading: o Tina Lincer, Telemachus, Episode 1 o Michael Janairo, Nestor, Ep. 2 o Marea Gordett, Calypso, Ep. 3 o Michael Halloran, The Wandering Rocks, Ep. 10 oContinue reading “Who I’ll be reading with on Bloomsday”