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SUMMER READING AT SKIDMORE

New York State Summer Writers Institute
The New York State Summer Writers Institute offers evening readings by a distinguished group of visiting writers throughout the month of July. The readings, which are held at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, are free and open to the public. Listed below is the schedule for the 2013 summer season.

SUMMER PUBLIC READING LIST 2014
All Readings are at 8:00 p.m. in Davis Audiorium, Palamountain Hall
Free and open to the public

JUNE 30
Fiction reading by Elizabeth Benedict and poetry reading by Campbell McGrath.

JULY 1
Fiction reading by Francine Prose and non-fiction reading by Nicholas Delbanco.

JULY 2
Poetry reading by Frank Bidart and fiction reading by Jim Shepard.

JULY 3
Fiction reading by Russell Banks and poetry reading by Chase Twichell.

JULY 4
Fiction reading by Howard Norman and poetry reading by Jane Shore.

JULY 7
Poetry reading by Rosanna Warren and fiction reading by Cristina Garcia.

JULY 8
Non-Fiction reading by Phillip Lopate and fiction reading by Victoria Redel.

JULY 9
Poetry reading by James Longenbach and fiction reading by Joanna Scott.

JULY 10
Poetry reading by Louise Gluck and fiction reading by Caryl Phillips.

JULY 11
Fiction reading by Joyce Carol Oates.

JULY 14
Poetry reading by Carolyn Forche and fiction reading by Amy Hempel.

JULY 15
Fiction reading by Marilynne Robinson and poetry reading by Peg Boyers.

JULY 16
Fiction reading by Danzy Senna and non-Fiction reading by Honor Moore.

JULY 17
Fiction reading by William Kennedy.

JULY 18
Poetry reading by Robert Pinsky.

JULY 21
Poetry reading by Mark Strand and fiction reading by Binnie Kirshenbaum.

JULY 22
Poetry reading by Charles Simic and fiction reading by Adam Braver.

JULY 23
Fiction reading by Rick Moody and poetry reading by Tom Healy.

JULY 24
Fiction reading by Jamaica Kincaid and poetry reading by Henri Cole.

JULY 25
Fiction reading by Paul Harding and poetry reading by Carl Dennis.