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  • Rachel Dickinson
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    • 25 Nov

    Rachel Dickinson

    Author Dickinson discusses her book "The Notorious Reno Gang: The Wild Story of the West's First Brotherhood of Thieves, Assassins, and Train Robbers"

    Dickinson’s work has appeared in The Atlantic, Outside Magazine, Smithsonian and Audubon. She is the author of two narrative non-fiction books, “Falconer on the Edge” from 2009 and her most…

    WEOS: 11/25/2017
    WSKG: 12/03/2017
  • Eleanor Henderson
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    • 04 Nov

    Eleanor Henderson

    Award-winning author discusses newest novel "The Twelve-Mile Straight"

    Eleanor Henderson was born in Greece, grew up in Florida, and attended¬†Middlebury College and the University of Virginia, where she earned her MFA. Her debut novel Ten Thousand Saints was…

    WEOS: 11/04/2017
    WSKG: 11/12/2017
  • Christine Kitano
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    • 23 Sep

    Christine Kitano

    Poet discusses and reads from latest collection "Sky Country"

    Kitano received her MFA in creative writing from Syracuse University and her Ph.D in English and Creative Writing from Texas Tech University. She is the author of 2 collections of…

    WEOS: 09/23/2017
    WSKG: 10/01/2017
  • Alison Lurie
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    • 17 Jun

    Alison Lurie

    Pulitzer-prize winning author discusses her new book "Reading for Fun"

    Lurie is the author of 11 novels, including The War Between the Tates and Foreign Affairs for which she was awarded the 1985 Pulitzer Prize. He new book is called…

    WEOS: 06/17/2017
    WSKG: 06/25/2017
  • Michael Jennings
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    • 13 May

    Michael Jennings

    Poet, dicusses his new collection "Crossings A Record of Travel: New & Selected Poems"

    Jennings is the author of 10 collections of poetry including Bone Songs & Sanctuaries and River Time. His work has been published widely in magazines and literary journals around the…

    WEOS: 05/13/2017
    WSKG: 05/21/2017
  • Sarah Jefferis
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    • 15 Apr

    Sarah Jefferis

    Poet, discusses and reads from her stunning new collection "What Enters the Mouth"

    Jefferis is a grad of both Cornell University (MFA) and SUNY Binghamton (Ph.D), Her writing has been published in many literary journals and magazines, including The Mississippi Review, The American…

    WEOS: 04/15/2017
    WSKG: 04/23/2017
  • Susan Quinn
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    • 18 Mar

    Susan Quinn

    Author of bestseller "Eleanor and Hick: The Love Affair That Shaped a First Lady"

    Quinn is a grad of Oberlin College and began her writing career as a newspaper reporter on a suburban daily outside of Cleveland. She has written many articles for national…

    WEOS: 03/18/2017
    WSKG: 03/26/2017
  • Bruce Bennett
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    • 11 Mar

    Bruce Bennett

    Award winning poet discusses his new collection "Just Another Day In Just Our Town"

    Bennett is a graduate of Harvard and taught for over 40 years at Wells College in Aurora NY. He was co-founder and served as editor of the highly regarded literary…

    WEOS: 03/11/2017
    WSKG: 03/19/2017
  • Laura Glenn
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    • 28 Jan

    Laura Glenn

    Poet/visual aritist discusses her new chapbook "When the Ice Melts"

    Glenn is a poet, visual artist and freelance copy editor. Her work has been published in many magazines and literary journals around the country, including, The Healing Muse, The Antioch…

    WEOS: 01/28/2017
    WSKG: 02/05/2017
  • Ira Rabois
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    • 24 Dec

    Ira Rabois

    Educator and author of "Compassionate Critical Thinking: How Mindefulness, Creativity, Empathy, and Socratic Questioning Can Transform Teaching"

    Rabois recently retired after 27 years, as a teacher of English, psychology, philosophy, drama, history and Karate at the Lehman Alternative Community School, a public secondary school located in Ithaca,…

    WEOS: 12/24/2017
    WSKG: 01/15/2017
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