Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald, October 24, 7 PM, Livestream

Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald presents the artist Violet Snow on Sunday, October 24, at 7 PM, Livestream on Youtube.

Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald presents the artist Violet Snow on Sunday, October 24, at 7 PM, Livestream on Youtube.

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Violet Snow

Violet Snow wrote regularly for the Woodstock Times for 17 years. She has been published in the New York Times “Disunion” blog, Civil War Times, American Ancestors, Jewish Currents, and many other periodicals. Her fiction and memoir have appeared in Otter Magazine, Pilgrimage, Tinker Street, and the podcast series “The Strange Recital.” An excerpt from her historical novel, To March or to Marry, is forthcoming in the feminist journal Minerva Rising.


Betty MacDonald

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, and the recently released Better With Age. Betty has read frequently at Spoken Word, a monthly gathering of writers and readers in Kingston, NY, and at TMI Project events in Rhinebeck, Woodstock, Kingston, NY. She 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 Youtube for 650Read's Mother's Day presentation. Her essay "Not Jewish Enough" is on Youtube for 650Read's Jew-ish. Betty hosts Words Carry Us, a series of Livestream readings from Green Kill in Kingston, NY.