Tonight a Repeat of the conversation I Had with Amanda Summer, Author of 100 Places In Greece Every Woman Should Go, Last summer. February 16, 2017
Two things brought me back to this program. First, as I was preparing for my “Year End Wrap-up” show a few weeks ago I listened to this show again and really enjoyed it. Second, her name: Summer. I don’t know about you but I’m ready for some sun and some warm weather. It’s not been a bad winter, in fact it’s been a fairly easy one…even so I’m ready.
Also I want to remind you that this Friday, February 17, is the third Friday of the month and that means it’s Open Mic Friday at the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center located right on the eastern shore of the mighty Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow NY.
Here’s some more info:
February 17 is OPEN MIC Friday at the Hudson Valley Writers Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY.
All genres welcome—fiction, non-fiction, poetry…music, comedy, storytelling.
Please be on time to sign up for your slot. There is a 5 minute limit for your reading.
Suggested donation $5.
Susan Cossette Eng will be the evening’s featured artist and will open the evening with a 15 minute reading from her recently published book of poetry: Peggy Sue Messed Up…and other poems.
Please be on time.
Put the next Open Mic on your calendar: St. Paddy’s Day, Friday, March 17.
Hudson Valley Writers Center
300 Riverside Drive
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested…and maybe even some who won’t be. You never know….
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