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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Friday Morning Poets at GCTV

Recorded May 31, 2018

Members of this local writers group returned to our lobby, last week, to read from their recent work.

2018 Poet's Seat Poetry Contest Awards Ceremony

Recorded April 26, 2018

Watch winners of this year's Poet's Seat Poetry Contest, put on by the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library, read from their work.

Poppy Pendle Author to Read at World Eye

Adapted from a World Eye Bookshop press release:

Natasha Lowe can't wait to meet her young fans when she reads from and signs her new book, The Marvelous Magic of Miss Mabel,  on Saturday, September 10th, from 1PM to 3PM, at World Eye Bookshop.   Come celebrate the book's release with magical treats and fun giveaways at this free event that is open to all.

Emily Arsenault to Read at Boswell's Books

Adapted from a Boswell's Books press release:

On Thursday, January 28th, at 6:30PM, author Emily Arsenault will launch the publication of her new novel The Evening Spider.  A gripping blend of psychological suspense and historical true crime, this riveting story inspired by a sensational real-life murder from the 1800s delivers a heart-stopping mystery that links people across centuries.

Looking for Something to do Tonight?

Adapted from a Boswell's Books press release:

At 6:30PM, local author Jonathan Shay will read from and discuss his book Odysseus in America.  In this ambitious follow-up to Achilles in Vietnam, Dr. Jonathan Shay uses The Odyssey, a story of a soldier's homecoming, to illuminate the pitfalls that trap many veterans on the road back to civilian life.

Bill Newman at Boswell's Books This Week

Adapted from a Boswell's Books press release:

On Thursday, July 10th, at 6:30PM, local radio talk show host and author Bill Newman will appear at Boswell's Books in Shelburne Falls to discuss his book "When the War Came Home". His book discusses the accomplishments and failures of the anti-war movement of the 60's and 70's and the impact of the anti-Viet Nam war movement on social movements such as LGBT, environmental, and anti-war movements that followed. What was its lasting legacy?