Events

Upcoming Appearances for "Conscience: A Novel"

Wednesday, August 8, 11:00am
WNHH Radio 103.5
Interview by Paul Bass of The New Haven Independent.

Thursday, September 20, 7:00pm
McNally Jackson Books, Williamsburg
McNally Jackson Books is located at 76 N. 4th Street, Unit G, in Brooklyn, NY 11241. Phone (718) 387-0115.

Monday, September 17, 6:30-8pm
Mitchell Library, New Haven
Mitchell Library is located at 37 Harrison St. (off Whalley in Westville Village) in New Haven, CT 06515. Phone (203) 946-8117.

Thursday, September 27, 7:00pm
Community Bookstore, Brooklyn
A conversation with Rebecca Chace, author of the novel Leaving Rock Harbor (2010). Community Bookstore, is at 143 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215. Phone (718) 783-3075.

Tuesday, October 2, 7:00pm
Best Video Film & Cultural Center, Hamden, CT
A reading with Maddie Dawson, author of the novel Matchmaking for Beginners (2010). Best Video Film & Cultural Center, is at 1842 Whitney Avenue in Hamden, CT 06517. Phone (203) 287-9286.

Wednesday, October 3, 7:30pm
State University of New York, New Paltz
My talk entitled "Old Lefty Jews and their Complicated Children" will be held at SUNY New Platz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY 12561. Phone (845) 257-7869.

Wednesday, October 17, 7:00pm
Newtonville Books, Newton, MA
Newtonville Books is located at 10 Langley Road, Newton Centre, in Newton, MA 02459. Phone (617) 244-6619.

Wednesday, October 24, 7:00pm
Book Culture, Manhattan
A conversation with Rebecca Chace, author of the novel Leaving Rock Harbor. Book Culture is located at 536 West 112th Street, New York, NY 10025. Phone (212) 865-1588.

Lectures & Workshops

When I can (depending on geography, etc.), I am happy to meet with writers’ groups, book groups, and classes to talk about one or more of the topics in The Kite and the String. Participants may bring questions and problems. Possible topics include but are not limited to: How to Finish Your Wonderful Novel (Even Though It’s Presently Going Nowhere); Being a Writer Without Being Miserable; Writing with Spontaneity and Control. . . . Contact me, and we can figure out something that will be useful for you and that I can do.


Bennington Writing Seminars

I continue to teach in the Bennington Writing Seminars, the intellectually exciting and challenging MFA program in writing and literature at Bennington College. Students may begin the two-year program toward a master's degree in either June or January.

For information check the Bennington College website (www.bennington.edu) or phone Dawn Dayton, the program administrator, at 802-440-4452. Or you can email me through the contacts page of this website. I'd be glad to answer any questions.