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Medaille College Write Thing Reading Series: 2016-17next

The Write Thing 2016-17 Reading Series

7:00 p.m.

Main Building

4th Floor

All events are free and open to the public

*Cat Warren event will be held in the Lecture Hall

For information:
Mary Louise Hill 
(716) 880-2228

2016-17 Reading Series Schedule


Thursday, September 29

Virginia A. Batchelor

Her work focuses on creativity and cultural competencies with an emphasis on teaching and learning strategies for classroom teachers.  Her most recent publications center on social issues that impact the lives of children and adolescents.  Additionally, Dr. Batchelor is an international speaker and educator.  Stop Calling Me That!  My Name is Araminta is her first book for children.  She intends to continue writing stories that speak to the heart.  Dr. Batchelor is a Professor of Education at Medaille College.

Thursday, Oct. 13

Cat Warren

Lecture Hall, Main Building

Her non-fiction book, What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World (Touchstone paperback 2015) is, according to the New York Times, “a fascinating, deeply reported journey into scent, death, forensics and the amazing things dogs can do with their noses.”  It has been a NYT bestseller and was long-listed for the PEN/EO Wilson Literary Science Writing Award.  It has been published in Spain and Japan and is being published in China, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

A professor in the Department of English at North Carolina State University, she teaches creative nonfiction, reporting, editing, and science journalism.  A former newspaper reporter, Warren covered crime, poverty, the environment, and politics at newspapers across the United States before starting her academic career. 

She continues her “unusual hobby” of handling a cadaver dog with her newest dog, Jaco.  She lives with her husband, David, in Durham, North Carolina.  


Thursday, February 23

Barbara Cole

Artistic Director of Just Buffalo Literary Center and a 2011 Fellow in Poetry from the New York Foundation for the Arts.  Since 2000, she has been writing the ongoing long poem project affectionately known as foxy moron.  Previous chapbooks include situ ation come dies (handwritten press, 2002); foxy moron (/ubu editions, 2004); ear say (Belladonna* 2008).  In addition to her poetic projects, Dr. Cole edited (with Sarah Bay-Cheng), Poets at Play: An Anthology of Modernist Drama (Susquehanna University Press, 2010).  She received her M.A. in Creative Writing—Poetry from Temple University and her Ph.D. in English from the University at Buffalo where she worked closely with Charles Bernstein and Susan Howe.

Thursday, March 16

Michele Costa

Puppeteer Michele Costa has been designing and performing original productions since 1990.  Her passion is taking the small & ordinary and finding the meaningful and relevant story within it.  She is also a professional scenic artist, costume designer, and builder of special props, puppets, and masks for area theaters and dance companies.  For Write Thing, she will be performing  ELLE: The wished-for girl :  “Mask, movement, and scrolling, painted imagery tells the story of a “wished-for” girl thrust into the un-circus world of adventure and self-discovery.  Story, mask, and paintings by Michele Costa with Wordsmithing by Mary Richert; Music by Bill Frisell and Circus Contraption.

Thursday, April 27

Medaille Community Open Mic Night/ Medaille Prelude Publication Party