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Author Jon Katz talking with a fan at the Woodstock Writers Festival - DION OGUST
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  • Author Jon Katz talking with a fan at the Woodstock Writers Festival

Now in its seventh year, the Woodstock Writers Festival takes place from Thursday, April 7, through Sunday, April 10 at multiple locations in Woodstock. This event hosts one-day intensives, such as Lynn Johnston's workshop "So You Want to Get Published" and Gail Straub's "Life Story's Two Essential Partners." The festival also hosts a story slam, parties, and various panels, featuring authors like Nancy Jo Sales, Robert Burke Warren, Barbara Bash, Martha Frankel, Beverly Donofrio, and more. Woodstockwritersfestival.com.

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