Words to blog by

The second annual Broome County Literary Arts Festival runs from 5 to 10:30 p.m. today (Friday, Nov. 13) in downtown Binghamton and will, we hope, be an inspiration to those who savor the written word. Attendees: Please join the BAMirror blogging community and share your reflections on the evening. Participants: We’d like some insights into your experience. Details: www.bcartscouncil.com or www.thebroomereview.com.

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2 Responses to "Words to blog by"

  1. aguruianu

    The 2nd annual BC Literary Arts Festival was a success thanks to all of the participants who came out to share their writing and expertise and to the audience members who stayed out on a Friday night to hear great literature being performed. I hope to be able to bring more such events to our area and hope that the public will continue to come out and support the written word. Another upcoming literary event will take place at 7 p.m. Nov. 27 at Barnes & Noble in Vestal, where I will read from and discuss works from two recent poetry releases. For more information, check out http://www.andreiguruianu.com. To learn about the literary festival’s sponsoring organization, The Broome Review, please see http://www.thebroomereview.com.

    Andrei Guruianu
    Broome County Poet Laureate

  2. asuddengiftoffate

    Thanks to Barb Van Atta for giving me the heads up about this new blog.
    Just wanted to let you know about a reading, author Q&A and book signing I will be featured at on Dec. 11 at RiverRead Books, 5 Court St., Binghamton. The event, from 7-9 p.m., will include a sampling of Finger Lakes wines to complement a theme in my latest novel, “A Sudden Gift of Fate.”
    The novel (with locations from County Clare, Ireland, to Binghamton) follows an Irish couple who get a run-down Finger lakes winery as a wedding gift.
    To learn more about my writing, visit my blog at http://giftoffate.wordpress.com
    Mary Pat Hyland
    author of “The Cyber Miracles” & “A Sudden Gift of Fate”