First up, a fun afternoon in Skaneateles August 28 from noon to 2 pm with four of our alumni: Mary Gardener, Laura Glenn, Jack Hopper, and Kathy Kramer.
Calling themselves The Ekphrastic Four, they will read their own poems about paintings, music, sculpture, tapestry, even tightrope walks, with accompanying music and visual projections. In addition, catering by Moro's Kitchen will provide a wonderful brunch beginning at noon until the 1 pm performance begins. A Q and A will follow the readings. What a great way to say goodbye to August! For further information go to skaneadfoundation.org or call 315-291-2212.
From Janyce Stefan-Cole (Muse 10) we learn of a new novel to be released Sept 13. It's called The Detective's Garden: A Love Story and Meditation on Murder.http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-60953-133-1
Howard Stein (Muse 13) celebrates his forthcoming book of poems called Light and Shadow which you can order from http://www.doodleandpeck.com/#!shop/ce1i
Congratulations to all.