Events

  • 04/26/2014 - 11:00am
      Breakfast with the Author It took Jenny Milchman thirteen years to get published, and when her debut novel came out last year, she rented out her house, traded in two cars for something that could handle Denver in February, packed up her family and hit the road to visit over four-hundred bookstores. Seven months and 35,000 miles later, Jenny came to settle in Phoenicia, NY. Now her...
  • 04/26/2014 - 2:00pm
      David Kherdian is an internationally known poet, novelist, and memorist, whose work has been published in 14 languages around the world. He has published thirteen volumes in his acclaimed Root River Cycle, consisting of poetry, memoirs, novels and novellas. His biography of his mother, The Road From Home, the sole survivor of her family of the Armenian Genocide, has been...
  • 05/03/2014 - 4:00pm
    The kingdom of heaven, global climate meltdown and networks of terror, the beloved who completes us, and the virtual cyber village all have something in common. As products of our imagination, symbolic expressions of totality like these orient individual and collective life. Both panacea and poison, our dreams of totality power religious beliefs, sociopolitical programs such as capitalism and...
  • 05/08/2014 - 7:00pm
    Ebooks are changing the publishing marketplace and offering a radical new way to get your writing into the hands of readers. Novellas and other shorter-than-book-length works, ordinarily difficult to publish, can be sold as ebooks. Both self-publishing and traditional publishing can be augmented by the sale of ebooks with minimal effort. How do publishers and writers market ebooks? How much...
  • 05/10/2014 - 2:00pm
    Guest poets to be announced.