Author Archives: newenglandwallies

Don’t miss the next one! Nov. 7

Hello everyone, We had fun last night at the first Unauthorized Eleanor Wilner Reading of the season, brought to you by the generosity of Sarah Anderson, Susan Eisenberg, Sonya Larson and me, who shared our work, and Helen Fremont, the generous wonder worker, Geoff Kronik, the talented writing baker, and all who attended. We raised […]

P2P Roars Back

I’m a Fall kind of person. I was born in November, feel energized by all the parking spaces now available in Great Barrington; find my outlook on the world is bright; and, I’m eager to announce that new Peer-to-Peer workshops are starting up soon. Workshops will meet once a month for 4 months, October through […]

Next week!

Hello Everyone, The first reading of the Unauthorized Eleanor Wilner Readings takes place next Thursday, September 13. Doors open at 6 for refreshments and catching up with one another. The readings begin at 7.  We will be welcoming newly found Wallies to each of the four readings this year. We have done some juggling so […]

Upcoming dates for FOW readings

Dear Wallificents, We are happy to announce that there will be four Unauthorized Eleanor Wilner Readings this coming academic year at the Cambridge Boathouse to help Friends of Writers. This will be our fifth year, and at the rate of about $450 a reading (and despite Helen Fremont’s claims that she and I have been […]

Going out with a bang!

Dear Wallies and Godds, Last night’s reading capped off an impressive series of truly talented and lovely writers of the Ellen school for wayward creatives. Despite his incipient fatherhood, Michael Collins made a round trip from Mamaroneck to share his wit and sadness in a series of heartbreakingly funny and adept poems. With poems from […]

Next Wednesday, May 2, a week from today!

Please join us for the last Unauthorized Eleanor Wilner event for this academic year next Wednesday at the Cambridge Boathouse, 2 Gerry’s Landing Road, Cambridge. Your knock will be answered from 6 PM on. Readings start at 7. Michael Collins will be zipping in from NY to share his work and will be joined by […]

Thank you!

Dear Wallies (a term of endearment which we hereby render as inclusive of Goddard graduates), If you didn’t make it to the Cambridge Boathouse last night, you missed a stellar reading. And by stellar, we mean bursting with stars: Star readers, glowing sentences, shining words, and the kind of starburst thoughts and ideas and feelings […]

Next Wednesday and May 20 Four Way Books Symposium

Hey All, Next Wednesday evening, April 4th, Lynette D’Amico, Helen Fremont, Bob Oldshue, and Martha Rhodes will read at the Cambridge Boat House (2 Gerry’s Landing Road Cambridge, see here for details like directions). Come at 6 to socialize. Readings begin at 7. We can’t wait to see you! In the meantime, as Cheryl Strayed […]

Thank you and up next

Dear Walloons, The view out the window right now means I have weather on my mind. Thank you to Rebecca Winterer, Susan Sterling, Sumita Mukherji and our surprise reader Cynthia Phoel for entertaining us so thoroughly last week. We were transported by the artistry of the writing into places most of us have never been. We […]

Monday night

Hello Everyone, Here is your IT’S TOMORROW! reminder about the reading that will be happening at the boathouse MONDAY, MARCH 12. We are there to answer the door at 6. Readings by Matthew Luzitano, Sumita Mukherji, Susan Sterling, and Rebecca Winterer (who will be reading from her sumptuous and truly original new book, THE SINGING […]