By Matt Krueger-Batavia Daily News, Published January 28, 2016 BATAVIA — Author S.M. Hulse learned how to play fiddle while she was writing her debut novel, “Black River.” She took to it so well, that she was able to describe intricate details about playing and the Old Time music that …
Thursday, February 4, 1pm Genesee Community College, T102 Featuring Jim Kimball, SUNY Geneseo Music Professor, Fiddler, and Director of the Geneseo String Band
Presented by Erica Caldwell, former owner of Present Tense Books and avid reader of Westerns Tuesday, January 26, 7:00 pm Richmond Memorial Library 19 Ross St., Batavia Back in the Saddle poster
By Matt Krueger, firstname.lastname@example.org Albion – How can a woman in her late 20s write about a 60 – year-old man with such imagery and insight that he feels instantly relatable to readers? That is sure to be one of the many questions asked of author S.M. Hulse when she …
The Perry Book Discussion Group met Feb. 25, 2015 to talk about the Tale 2015 selected book
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On Tuesday, February 17th Dr. Danielle Taana Smith, a professor of Sociology at RIT gave a talk at Genesee Community College about the immigrant experience today. She spoke about the day to day experiences and issues faced by those who seek refuge and opportunity in the United States. Photos from …