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Fall Literary Events in Hudson and New Paltz 

click to enlarge Amy Waldman’s novel, The Submission, is this year’s One Book One New Paltz selection. Waldman will give a talk at SUNY New Paltz on November 1.
  • Amy Waldman’s novel, The Submission, is this year’s One Book One New Paltz selection. Waldman will give a talk at SUNY New Paltz on November 1.
Hudson Artswalk Literary
Two days of free readings, book signings, and discussions.

Saturday, October 6, at City Hall, Council Room:
12pm: Mary-Beth Hughes & L. S. Asekoff
1:45pm: Helen Klein Ross & Honor Moore
3:30pm: Peg Boyers & Mark Strand

Sunday, October 7, at Hudson Opera House, West Room:
12pm: Charles Stein & George Quasha
1:45pm: Anne Gorrick & Thomas Sayers Ellis
3:30pm: Illya Szilak & David Block
Cccaartswalk.webs.com/artswalk-literary-2012

Celebration of the Arts, New Paltz
Saturday, October 6, 11am-5pm, Hasbrouck Park
Free readings by Hudson Valley children’s and young adult authors Stefan Bolz, Jacky Davis & David Soman, Iza Trapani, Timothy Tocher, Jennifer Castle, Kimberly Sabatini, K. L. Going, Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, Steve Sheinkin, Elizabeth Cunningham, and C. B. Whitaker, with a preview of One Book/One New Paltz selection The Submission at 4:30pm. Celebrationofthearts.net/COTA/ScheduledEvents

SUNY New Paltz Distinguished Speaker Series
Thursday, November 1, at 7:30pm, Lecture Center 100, SUNY New Paltz
Amy Waldman, former New York Times journalist and author of The Submission, will speak, followed by a book signing and public reception. Admission $13 to $18; SUNY New Paltz students free. Newpaltz.edu/speakerseries

One Book/One New Paltz
The Submission is this year’s community read. For a full schedule of discussions, lectures, panels, and multimedia events from November 11 to November 20, visit Onebookonenewpaltz.com.

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