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 . . .
This page can be viewed only by subscribers.
Have an e-subscription or Hudson Valley One Premium membership? Log in
Not yet a subscriber? Sign up here.