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Held concurrently with the Columbia County Council on the Arts' annual ArtsWalk, which takes place this month in Hudson over two weekends (October 4 to 6 and October 11 to 13), the 2013 ArtsWalk Literary Festival offers readings by authors and poets at several venues. It kicks off on October 4 at the Spotty Dog Books & Ale with a four-writer program titled "Spotty Lit"; the weekend continues at the Hudson Opera House with afternoon readings on October 5 and 6 by Rebecca Wolff, Djelloul Marbrook, Lydia Davis, and others. The festival closes October 11 at Stoddard Corner Bookshop with poet Irene Mitchell. (518) 671-6213; Cccaartswalk.webs.com.

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