For Immediate Release
Woodstock Poetry Society & Festival as part of the Woodstock Arts Consortium is sponsoring the following poetry event as part of the Woodstock "Second Saturdays" Art Events. For a full listing of "Second Saturday" events, see: www.woodstockartsconsortium.org
Riverine: An Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers - with Larry Carr (editor) and Featured Contributors, will be featured when the Woodstock Poetry Society & Festival meets at the Woodstock Town Hall, 76 Tinker Street, on Saturday, June 14th at 2pm. Note: WPS&F meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of every month.
The readings will be hosted by Woodstock area poet Phillip Levine. All meetings are free, open to the public, and include an open mike.
An Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers with Larry Carr (editor) and Selected
Riverine, an anthology of Hudson Valley Writers, edited by Laurence Carr. The 315-page anthology presents short stories, memoirs, microfiction, prose poems, and a wide range of poetry by over 75 Hudson Valley writers and poets, including Da Chen, Valerie Martin, Eamon Grennan, Laura Shaine Cunningham, Robert Polito, Nina Shengold and Donald Lev, among others.
Riverine's memoirs reflect life both in and outside the Hudson Valley. Intriguing short stories, both dark and light, explore a wide range of fictional characters. Micro-fiction (or flash fiction) brings the reader the razor-sharp genre of the short-short story and thought-provoking prose poems.
Two poetry sections offer a wide array of styles from a diverse group of poets. "Hudson Valley Views" focuses upon the landscape of the valley where the poets live. "Other Realms" journeys to the inner mindscape and takes the reader to places both real and imaginary.
Riverine was created by Laurence Carr, www.carrwriter.com, a Hudson Valley writer who teaches in the SUNY New Paltz Creative Writing Program, and David Appelbaum, poet and publisher of Codhill Press and former editor of Parabola Magazine. Riverine is available through the Codhill website www.codhill.com and from local bookstores. The book is priced at $20.
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