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March Literary Events: The Woodstock Writers Festival

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The WOODSTOCK WRITERS FESTIVAL offers four days of stellar events, including a Thursday night story slam (3/19 at 7:30 pm, $15); Friday intensive workshops with Beverly Donofrio, Ann Hood, Lynn Johnston, Bar Scott, Kitty Sheehan, Gail Straub, and Marion Winik; panels on spiritual writing, publishing, journalism, fiction, biography, and memoir; Saturday's Joe Donahue interview with Abigail Thomas (3/21 at 8pm, $35) and Sunday breakfast with James Howard Kunstler (3/22 at 9:30 $15). Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock. Woodstockwriters.com.

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