Mark Matthews Reading and Book Release March 27th

Event: Literary Reading

Where: Montour House Café & Tapas Bar, 401 W. Main St., Montour Falls, NY

When: Monday, March 27th at 7:00 PM

Contact:  charlottejanedickens@gmail.com or charlottejanedickens@outlook.com

The Watkins Glen Writers Group presents a featured reading by Mark Matthews  as part of the Watkins Glen Reading Series on Monday, March 27th, 2017 at 7:00PM at the Montour House Café & Tapas Bar at 401 W. Main St., Montour Falls New York. It is also a book release for his chapbook, “The Lady of the Seneca Lake,” published this month by Light and Shadow Publishing & Illustrating.

Please note that we will be meeting early prior to the reading for a meal, snacks or drinks at 6:00 PM. Let’s be supportive of the cafe since they have graciously agreed to host us.

Mark Calvin Matthews, a writer and artist, resides in Watkins Glen, NY.

He has been a member of the Watkins Glen Writers Group since 2006, and has been a featured reader for the Watkins Glen Writers Group Reading Series. .He is a painter, working in oils and acrylics, with shows in Ithaca, Corning, and other locales coming soon.

He holds a Bachelors Degree from Elmira College in English Literature and Educational Studies.  His poem, “Aunt Pooh,” and selected short story, “Future Options,” were published in Sybil, the Elmira College literary magazine, consecutively in the 2006 and 2007 editions.

Mark is an educator, ranging from high school substitute teacher, to community college assistant soccer coach, to current instructor of students 2nd-5th grade at an after school Kids World program run by the YWCA of Elmira.

He is a Christian, now studying with Shepherd’s Chapel, a non-denominational church, out of Gravette, Arkansas.  He is also a game enthusiast—of collectible card games, and is a classic card shark, and chess aficionado.

For more info, you may call Charlotte Dickens at 910-988-2268 or you may e-mail charlottejanedickens@gmail.com or charlottejanedickens@outlook.com

Reading by Bruce Bennett

Event: Literary Reading Where: Montour House Cafe & Tapas Bar, 401 W. Main St., Montour Falls, NY When: Monday, September 28th, beginning at 6:00 pm Contact: e-mail cdickens@lightlink.com or call 910-988-2268 The Watkins Glen Writers Group presents a featured reading by Bruce Bennett, poet from Aurora, NY., as part of the Watkins Glen Reading Series on Monday, September 28th, 7:00 PM at the Montour House Cafe & Tapas Bar at 401 W. Main St. Montour Falls, NY. Please note that we will be meeting early prior to the reading for a meal, snacks or drinks at 6:00 PM. Let’s be supportive since the

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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. An open reading will follow the featured reading after a short break. . FOR MORE INFO PLEASE EMAIL CHARLOTTE DICKENS cdickens@lightlink.com or call 910-988-2268

Book Release in Petersburg, VA

 

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Light and Shadow Publishing & Illustrating proudly announces the initial book release of Paul Dudley Bishop’s art book, The Florida Years, this last month on June 13th, 2015 in Petersburg, VA at the River Street Arts Fest.

The art work features Audubonesque bird art from his years as a printmaker and bird artist in Florida, years when he sold thousands of his etchings and prints of Florida birds up and down the Southern East Coast. Prints featured in the book are examples of some of his work from those years. The book includes autobiographical information along with biological and environmental information about the Florida birds that are included in the book.

The Florida Years increases readers’ understanding of the life of a wild bird artist and Paul Dudley Bishop’s involvement and love of the natural word.

Light and Shadow offers this book for sale by contacting, Charlotte Jane Dickens at 4612 Kellogg Road, Burdett, New York 14818, phone 910-988-2268, e-mail cdickens@lightlink.com at $12.00 per copy. Those interested may call , write or e-mail us to make payment and postal delivery arrangements.

The author and artist, Paul Dudley Bishop, now lives in Burdett, NY.  His art work has been represented for many years by the West End Gallery in Corning, New York. He is a graduate of Florida University with a Bachelor of Science in Ecology.

He worked for the State of Florida for a number of years for Florida’s Forest Service and later as an environmental educator and director of an environmental school in Volusia County, FL, prior to his becoming a full-time artist.

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He was a printmaker and later branched out into other arts media. Always his love of nature has been a connecting thread in his life. . For Light and Shadow information and activities visit my website at www.charlottedickens.com . For more information about the author and artist, Paul Dudley Bishop, you may also visit his website at www.pauldudleybishop.com

 

Charlotte Jane Dickens Literary Reading on May 18th, 2015

Event: Literary Reading Where: Montour House Cafe & Tapas Bar, 401 W. Main St.,Montour Falls, NY When: Monday, May 18th, beginning at 6:00 pm Contact: e-mail cdickens@lightlink.com or call 910-988-2268 The Watkins Glen Writers Group presents a featured reading by Charlotte Jane Dickens from Burdett, NY as part of the Watkins Glen Reading Series on Monday, May 18th 7:00 PM at the Montour House Cafe & Tapas Bar at 401 W. Main St. Montour Falls, NY. Please note that we will be meeting early prior to the reading for a meal, snacks or

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drinks at 6:00 PM. Let’s be supportive since the cafe has so graciously agreed to host us. Charlotte Jane Dickens is a poet and fiction writer. She has a chapbook of poetry, “The Order of Things,” published in 2002 by FootHills Publishing, and a recently published poetry chapbook in March 2015 called “Garden and Sun,” by her small press, Light and Shadow Publishing & Illustrating. Last year her memoir piece, “The Life of a Dress” was published in the May/June issue of GOOD OLD DAYS magazine. She has facilitated the Watkins Glen Writers Group and organized the Watkins Glen Reading Series for over twenty years. She earned her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Empire State College and her Masters of Arts Degree in 2011 in Liberal Studies at Empire State College concentrating mainly on three disciplines–history, writing and psychology. She is retired from Schuyler County DSS. An open reading will follow the featured reading after a short break. . FOR MORE INFO PLEASE EMAIL CHARLOTTE DICKENS cdickens@lightlink.com or call 910-988-2268

Art Exhibition at Montour Coffee House

We wish to thank those who came to the release of the chapbook by Dudley Paul published by Light and Shadow Publishing & Illustrating and the art exhibition opening  last night of THESE WOMEN.  The collection of art owned or created by visual artist Paul Dudley Bishop and the poetry are both reflections of his gratitude to his muses over a lifetime of creative work.  Both the chapbook of poetry and art works will continue to be displayed for viewing and for sale in the art gallery room at Montour Coffeehouse and Wine Bar on Main Street in Montour Falls for the rest of the month.  For those who are interested and did not have the opportunity to come for the opening, please stop by and view.Dudley Bishop At Art Exhibition