Donaghue said he’s grateful to his community for their embracing what he said isn’t so much a commercial store, but a collective space.
A new Woodstock publishing entity, Wapner & Brent Books, has just come out with a new version of Dao De Jing, the Chinese master Laozi’s great work, on which the idea of Taoism is based.
He comes off as a low-key, soft-spoken guy; but in the ComicCon world, he’s something of a legend.
Julie Evans arrived in Woodstock after an already tumultuous life. The year was 1981, and she had just left the back of a galloping horse that was about to jump over a parked car in Central Park.
The Woodstock Bookfest is in its eighth year of entertaining and inspiring writers and book-lovers alike. Since its conception, the festival has drawn speakers, panelists, and literarians from across the country as well as locally.
Friday, April 28: Stephen Tobolowsky is best known as a character actor, one of those guys on the periphery of a movie scene that fills in all the gaps. More recently, Tobolowsky has developed radio and podcast pieces highlighting the life of a guy who is born Jewish in Dallas, Texas, attends a Methodist college, and becomes a success in L.A.
Residents can take a book or leave a book- it goes by the honor system, and isn’t organized like regular public library loans.
Fred Mayo & Michael Gold to discuss their new book on etiquette in Gardiner and New Paltz Sunday, April 2.
“The Quarry Fox: And Other Critters of the Wild Catskills” is an amazing work, as much a clarion call announcing a quietly strong new voice in nonfiction writing and reflection as a key work about this unique region we call home.
“What Remains of Me” a finalist for the Edgar Award, given yearly by the Mystery Writers of America (MWA).