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Free Public Readings: Marlboro College Summer Writing Intensive

Marlboro College's summer writing intensive connects writers who are just starting out with writers who have made a career out of the craft. Authors will be reading excerpts of their work Monday July 31 - Friday August 4th at 5 pm in the library's main room. All of the readings are free! Marlboro's Summer Writing Intensive this year will include a series of free, public readings by celebrated writers with military connections.

This year's visiting authors include;

Dave Cullen - Monday, July 31, 5 pm
Mira Ptacin - Tuesday August 1, 5 pm
Mira Jacob - Wednesday, August 2, 5 pm
Ron Currie - Thursday, August 3, 5 pm
There will be a reading on  August 5 of selections from participants of the intensive!

“These are talented, interesting—and award-winning—authors,” said John
Sheehy, writing professor and one of the instructors for the intensive.
“With respect to the talent we have been able to bring to Brattleboro,
the Summer Writing Intensive has always punched above its weight, but
this year’s slate is truly exceptional.”

All readings are at 5 pm at Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, Vermont.



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