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SPEAK MEMORY (after Vladimir Nabokov)

Sun, May 6, 2012
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Poets Larry Carr, Steve Clorfeine, Victoria Sullivan
Three spoken word writers performing together for the first time

$5 donation

Larry Carr teaches dramatic and creative writing at SUNY New Paltz where he created he SUNY Playwright Project. He is the author of Pancake Hollow Primer and The Wytheport Tales, member of the Dramatists Guild, and playwright-in-residence at Mohonk Mt. Stage Co. Larry has received grants from NYSCA and from the N.E.H. and been guest faculty in Sweden, Poland and the Czech Republic.

SPEAK MEMORY (after Vladimir Nabokov)

Steve Clorfeine performs and teaches theater in Europe and Asia and locally teaches improvisation and writing. He is a founder of Sky Lake Lodge Meditation Center in  Rosendale and recipient of Cultural Envoy grants to India and Nepal. In The Valley of the Gods  records a series of long adventures in Nepal. Poetry books (Codhill Press) are Field Road Sky, While I Was Dancing and soon to be published, Backing Up.

Victoria Sullivan, local poet and playwright, has performed in venues in NYC, Ulster County an Cairo, Egypt as well as on radio and television. Her three chapbooks are: Eating Figs at Twilight, Alzheimer’s Dreams and The Divided Bed. Her poetry appears in numerous journals and she is “Poet Laureate of the Woodstock Roundtable” on WDST Radio.

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