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  • Jeanne Mackin
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    • 08 Jun

    Jeanne Mackin

    Historical fiction novelist/journalist discusses "The Last Collection: A Novel of Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel"

    Mackin is a writer/journalist and historical fiction novelist. Her published novels include A Lady of Good Family, The Beautiful American, The Sweet By and By, Dreams of Empire, The…

    WEOS: 06/08/2019
    WSKG: 06/16/2019
  • Bertha Rogers
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    • 25 May

    Bertha Rogers

    Poet, with new collection "Wild, Again"

    Rogers is co-founder of Bright Hill Press & Literary Center of the Catskills. She is author of many collections of poetry, including the award-winning House of Corners. Her most…

    WEOS: 05/25/2019
    WSKG: 06/02/2019
  • Phil Memmer
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    • 18 May

    Phil Memmer

    Poet/teacher w/ new collection "Pantheon"

    Memmer is the Executive Director of the YMCA’s Downtown Writers Center in Syracuse, NY. His is author of 5 collections of poetry, including, Store Houses of the Snow: Psalms,…

    WEOS: 05/18/2019
    WSKG: 05/26/2019
  • Cornelia Laemmli Orth
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    • 11 May

    Cornelia Laemmli Orth

    Conductor, Cayuga Chamber Orchestra

    Since July 2016, Orth has been the Music director of  Cayuga Chamber Orchestra of Ithaca, NY. She is also in her 12th season as music director of Symphony of…

    WEOS: 05/11/2019
    WSKG: 05/19/2019
  • Alison Lurie
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    • 04 May

    Alison Lurie

    Pulitzer-Prize winning author discusses her new essay collection "Words & Worlds"

    We’ll be discussing her new collection of essays “Words and Worlds” From Autobiography to Zippers.” Lurie is probably best known for her novels, which have often been described as…

    WEOS: 05/04/2019
    WSKG: 05/12/2019
  • Mary Michael Shelley
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    • 27 Apr

    Mary Michael Shelley

    Folk Artist; Carved painted pictures

    Shelley is a self-taught artist known for her gorgeous painted wood carvings. She is a graduate of Cornell University where she majored in Creative Writing. Her work has been…

    WEOS: 04/27/2019
    WSKG: 05/05/2019
  • Jennifer Harvey
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    • 20 Apr

    Jennifer Harvey

    Author of "Raising White Kids: In a Racially Unjust America"

    Jennifer Harvey is Professor of Religion at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. She received her Ph.D. in Christian Social Ethics from Union Theological Seminary. The courses Prof. Harvey…

    WEOS: 04/20/2019
    WSKG: 04/28/2019
  • Debra Bermingham
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    • 06 Apr

    Debra Bermingham

    Artist and painter

    Bermingham is a graduate of The University of Washington, at Seattle and Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Her work has been shown in many art spaces and galleries, including The…

    WEOS: 04/06/2019
    WSKG: 04/14/2019
  • Lucia P. Sacco
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    • 30 Mar

    Lucia P. Sacco

    Exec. Director of Lifelong, a community center for adults over 50

    Sacco has been Executive Director of Lifelong, a community center for adults over 50, since 2015. Prior to joining Lifelong, she worked as Director of Admissions and Social Work…

    WEOS: 03/30/2019
    WSKG: 04/07/2019
  • Dave Cullen
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    • 23 Mar

    Dave Cullen

    Author of "PARKLAND"

    Dave Cullen has been covering the blight of mass murders in America for two decades first with COLUMBINE, now PARKLAND: Birth of a Movement. COLUMBINE was a New York…

    WEOS: 03/23/2019
    WSKG: 03/31/2019