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Memoirs OutLOUD – Creative Writing Workshop: 1st & 3d Saturdays



Pencil tip on notepadMemoirs OutLOUD – A Creative Writing Workshop: St George Library Center, 5 Central Ave, SINY 10301.  On the 1st & 3d Saturday of the month. Next workshop at St George Library:  Saturday, April 1st at 10am in the Adult Learning Center.    (“On the whole, I’d rather …”  – “repetition” – “I probably shouldn’t write about this …”)

Thanks for arriving promptly as a courtesy to your fellow writers.  Staten Island OutLOUD welcomes Islanders to this stimulating writing studio, open to all adults.   If you are an experienced writer, or if you’re just beginning to explore your writing potential, this workshop offers a welcoming & nurturing environment.

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Dashiell Hammett and His Politics

Saturday, Feb 11th, 3pm at Every Thing Goes Book Cafe, 208 Bay St SINY 10301.

Staten Island OutLOUD explores the world of Dashiell Hammett, his politics, and the “The Maltese Falcon”.

Music by Allergic to Bs.

Book giveaway, while supplies last.

(Original Caption) New York: Held In Contempt Of Court. Mystery writer Dashiel Hammett (Left), chairman of the Civil Rights Congress' Bail Fund, and W. Alphaeus Hunton, a trustee, are handcuffed together as they enter a police van after being remanded to cells for contempt of court, July 9. Both men refused to answer Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan's questions about who put up the money for the four Communist leaders who have jumped their bail. Another trustee, millionaire Frederick Vanderbilt Field, has been sentenced to 90 days on the same charge.

(Original Caption) New York: Held In Contempt Of Court. Mystery writer Dashiel Hammett (Left), chairman of the Civil Rights Congress’ Bail Fund, and W. Alphaeus Hunton, a trustee, are handcuffed together as they enter a police van after being remanded to cells for contempt of court, July 9. Both men refused to answer Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan’s questions about who put up the money for the four Communist leaders who have jumped their bail. Another trustee, millionaire Frederick Vanderbilt Field, has been sentenced to 90 days on the same charge.

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