Larry Carr’s Pancake Hollow Primer


Haunted by Gulf War ghosts, Frank Closky is healed by the spirits and artifacts of the Hudson Valley. Closky is the drifter protagonist of “Pancake Hollow Primer” (Codhill Press, 2011), a new work of fiction by Laurence Carr. Carr, also known as Larry, is a Highland resident and professor of creative and dramatic writing at SUNY New Paltz. On Friday, Sept. 16 beginning at 7 p.m., he will read from his work and sign his book at Inquiring Minds Bookstore at 6 Church Street in New Paltz.

“Pancake Hollow Primer” tells the story of Closky, a drifter burnishing . . .

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