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WaterWrites
A Hudson River Anthology in Celebration of the Hudson 400
WaterWrites
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Laurence Carr - Editor
Joann Deiudicibus - Editor
Penny Freel - Editor
Rachel Rigolino - Editor
Codhill Press
Price: $15.00 
Paperback - 131 pages
Release Date: August 2010
ISBN10: N/A
ISBN13: 978-1-930337-43-5

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Summary

WaterWrites brings together the words of sixty contemporary Hudson Valley poets and authors who have been inspired by the Hudson River. Through these insightful poems, memoirs, and essays, the reader is taken on a voyage that explores a wide range of experiences, moods, and images that speaks of life on and near the Hudson. The volume traces the river’s seasonal journey through times both good and bad from its source at Tear in the Clouds in the Adirondacks all the way to New York harbor. In celebration of the 400th anniversary of explorer Henry Hudson, who, in 1609, sailed up “the river that flows two ways,” WaterWrites is a chorus of ongoing voices, from past and present, who have made the Hudson River part of their lives.

Laurence Carr teaches creative and dramatic writing at SUNY New Paltz where he created the SUNY Playwrights’ Project and was honored as a Teacher of the Year. Over thirty of his plays and theatre pieces have been produced in New York City, throughout the United States, and in Europe. His prose and poetry have been published and performed throughout the country. Joann Deiudicibus is a writing instructor and staff assistant for the Composition Program at SUNY New Paltz. Penny Freel is a lecturer at SUNY New Paltz. Rachel Rigolino is an instructor in the English Department at SUNY New Paltz.


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