Frequency North 2013-2014

rick moody looking off

Rick Moody will be at St. Rose September 26.

The "aggressively eclectic" visiting writers series Frequency North is back for another season at St. Rose starting in September. One name that jumps out immediately on first scan of the lineup this time around: author Rick Moody.

A compressed, easy-scan version of the lineup is post jump. As in the past, FN events are free and open to the public.

September 12: Saint Rose Writing Faculty, with Kenneth Krauss, Daniel Nester, Hollis Seamon, Rone Shavers and Barbara Ungar
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany
St. Rose writing faculty reading from their most recent works.

September 26: Rick Moody
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany
Novelist (The Ice Storm, The Four Fingers of Death, and other works), memoirist, musician.

October 17: Rigoberto González: National Day on Writing Event
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany
Poet, children/young adult book author, critic.

November 15: Sparrow
7:30 pm - Huether School of Business (Room 100), 994 Madison Ave., Albany
Poet and activist

January 30: Jade Sylvan
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany
Author of upcoming Kissing Oscar Wilde.

March 13: Sean Thomas Dougherty and January O'Neil
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany

April 3,: Jonah Winter and Sharon Mesmer
7:30 pm - Standish Rooms, Events and Athletics Center (Second Floor), 420 Western Ave., Albany
"Celebrated author of many picture book biographies"; poet, member of the flarf collective.
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Earlier on AOA:
+ NYS Writers Institute visiting writers fall 2013
+ EMPAC fall 2013 season

Yep, St. Rose advertises on AOA.

photo: Colin McPherson

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