Rick Moody Comes to Frequency North on September 26

Authors at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

The Frequency North writers series at The College of Saint Rose hosts the first visiting author of the season: Rick Moody.

Moody will read at 7:30pm on Thursday, September 26 in the Standish Rooms, second floor of the Events and Activities Center, 940 Western Avenue. The reading is free and open to the public. Copies of the authors’ latest works will be available for purchase and signing.

In addition to the 7:30pm reading, there will be a Late-Afternoon Talk with Rick Moody, which will take place from 5pm-6pm in The Science Center, 993 Madison Avenue, Room 151. This event is also free and open to the public.

Rick Moody’s most recent books include the novel The Four Fingers of Death and On Celestial Music, a collection of music writing. Other books include Purple America, a novel;  Black Veil: A Memoir with Digressions, winner of the PEN Martha Albrand prize for excellence in memoir. Moody’s first novel, Garden State, was published in 1992. His second novel, The Ice Storm (Little Brown 1994), was made into a film directed by Ang Lee in 1997. Moody’s short fiction and journalism have been anthologized widely, and his radio pieces have appeared on NPR and at the Third Coast International Audio Festival. His band, The Wingdale Community Singers, in which he plays and write lyrics, have released three albums.

This event was funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc. with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

The remaining Frequency North schedule of events follow after the jump. For more information, visit the website  or follow us on Twitter @frequencynorth.

Thursday, October 17th – Rigoberto González with a Late-Afternoon Talk from 5pm-6pm in The Science Center, 993 Madison Avenue, Room 151.

Friday, November 15th – Sparrow

Thursday, January 30th – Jade Sylvan

Thursday, March 13th – Sean Thomas Dougherty and January Gill O’Neil

Thursday, April 3rd – Jonah Winter and Sharon Mesmer

All readings are free and open to the public. For more information on Frequency North and to keep up with what our readers are up to, check out our Facebook Page!

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About Daniel Nester

Essayist, journalist, poet, editor, and teacher.
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