Words Carry Us, March 5, 7 PM, Green Kill Sessions
Betty MacDonald hosts David Appelbaum and Sarah Wyman on Sunday, March 5 at 7 PM, at Green Kill Sessions.
Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald hosts David Appelbaum and Sarah Wyman on Sunday, March 5 at 7 PM, at Green Kill Sessions.
David Appelbaum, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy of the State University of New York, New Paltz, and Sarah Wyman teaches Comparative Literature at SUNY New Paltz, directs the Faculty Center, and co-coordinates the Sustainability Faculty Learning Community. Read more about Betty’s guests below.
This event is a livestream production event open to a live audience of 30. The livestream is broadcast on YouTube Channel. Tickets are 10 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/words-carry-us-march-5-7-pm-green-kill-sessions-tickets-557169477907
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David Appelbaum, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy of the State University of New York, New Paltz. He is the author of several books including Everyday Spirits (SUNY Press), and most recently, Portuguese Sailor Boy and Collector of Lapsed Times (both Black Spring Press).
Sarah Wyman writes on verbal / visual intersections and lives in the Hudson Valley where climbing feet kick dust down to a river-sea. She teaches Comparative Literature at SUNY New Paltz, directs the Faculty Center, and co-coordinates the Sustainability Faculty Learning Community. Her poetry has appeared in aaduna, Mudfish, Ekphrasis, San Pedro River Review, Potomac Review, Petrichor Review, Lightwood, Heron Clan VII, Chronogram, Shawangunk Review, A Slant of Light: Contemporary Women Poets of the Hudson Valley, and other venues. She published books as well: Sighted Stones (FLP 2018) and Fried Goldfinch (Codhill 2021).
Writer/actor Betty MacDonald contributed to the writing of and performed in TMI’s What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting. Her essay “Before Roe v. Wade” appears in the anthology Get Out of My Crotch! Her work is included in the anthologies 80 Things To Do When You Turn 80, Open House, Better With Age. and Lightwood, an online magazine. Betty presented her essay “First Love” for 650Read at the Cell Theatre in New York City, and at Vassar College. Her essay "Daughter of Twins" is on video for 650Read's Mother's Day presentation. Her essay "Not Jewish Enough" is on video for 650Read's Jew-ish. Betty presented her essay, "I'm Not a Woman of My Age!" at City Winery in New York City for Read650's "Coming of Age" event. Betty hosts Words Carry Us, a livestream show of readings and interviews from Green Kill in Kingston, NY.
Following her early career as a continuity writer and radio personality Tiny Lee, Betty became a travel industry correspondent. Unfortunately, she’s a homebody and finds travel uncomfortable and exhausting. For over 30 years, storytelling has influenced her work as a performer with Community Playback Theatre in the Hudson Valley.