Natalia Rachel Singer

Events


August 10, 2004, 7 p.m.
booksigning
Authors Night at Hoss's Country Corner
Long Lake, New York
1-800-952-HOSS

September 9, 2004, 7 p.m.
featured author (with Robert Cowser, Jr. and Dr. Chris Robinson, interviewer)
Readers and Writers on the Air
WSLU, North Country Public Radio
www.NCPR.org, 1-877-388-6277

September 11, 2004
featured author
Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association
Authors Feast
Portland Oregon
www.pnba.org

September 15, 2004
visiting writer
reading and class visits
Colgate University
Hamilton, New York

October 3, 2004
memoir panel and booksigning
West Hollywood Bookfair
West Hollywood Park
www.weho.org

October 9, 2004
booksigning
New England Booksellers Association bookfair
Boston, Massachusetts

October 13, 2004
visting writer
reading and class visits
College of the Holy Cross
Worcester, Massachusetts

November 12-14, 2004
reading and booksigning
panel on the ethics of teaching memoir
Pittsburgh Creative Nonfiction Literary Festival
1-412-688-0304

January 7, 2005, 7:30 p.m.
reading and lecture on "Living History: How to Use the Story of your Life to Tell the Story of
The Times"
Women and Children First Bookstore
5233 N. Clark
Chicago, IL

January 10, 2005, 7 p.m.
reading and workshop, "Living History: How to use the Story of your Lifes to tell the Story of the Times"
Field's End, a Writer's Community
Bainbridge Public Library
1270 Madison Ave.
Bainbridge Island, Washington
www.fieldsend.org

January 12, 2005, 7:30 p.m.
reading
Elliott Bay Book Company
Seattle, Washington
1-206-624-6600
www.elliotbaybooks.com


January 13, 2005, 7:30 p.m.
reading
Books by the Way
9928 SW Bank Rd.
Vashon, WA
206-463-2696
www.booksbytheway.com

February 25, 2005
Keynote Speaker
Conference: Politics and the Artistic Response
University of Missouri-Columbia
www.english.missouri.edu/​egsa/​egsa_conference.html

March 25, 2005, 4:00 p.m.
lecture and reading
Friends of the Library Author Series
St. Lawrence University
Josephine Young Library

March 31, 2005
panel convener, "The Literature of Civic Engagement"
10:30 to 11:45 A.M.
with Rosellen Brown and Sam Hamill
Associated Writing Program Conference
Hyatt Regency, 3rd Floor
Vancouver, B.C.


March 31, 2005
panel participant, "Daring Truths: Research and the novel" noon to 1:15 PM
Associated Writing Program Conference
Hyatt Regency, Third Floor
Vancouver, B.C.

April 1, 2005
author signing, 1:15-2 p.m.
University of Nebraska table
Associated Writing Program conference/​bookfair
Hyatt Regency
Vancouver, B.C.

April 2, 2005
reading and workshop, 1-3
Living History: How to Use the Story of Your Life
To Tell the Story of the Times"
Village Books in Historic Fairhaven
1200 Eleventh Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 671-2626
http:/​/​villagebooks.booksense.com/​NASApp/​store/​IndexJsp?&s=storeevents



April 14, 2005, 4:30 p.m.
visiting writer and lecturer
Women's Studies at Rutgers-Newark
Dana Room, Dana Library 4th Floor
www.womenstudies.newark.rutgers.edu/​Spring2005speakersseries.html

May 11, 2005
The Visiting Writer Series
reading and class visits
Oregon State University
7:30 PM , Valley Library Main Rotunda
Corvallis, Oregon

May 12, 2005
Reading and Creative Writing Workshop, 7 p.m.
Mama Kali Bookstore
Eugene, Oregon

May 15, 2005
reading (with Marilyn Abidskov), 7:00 p.m.
Mountain Writers Series
Portland, Oregon

June 2, 2005
Reading and Lecture
Massena Public Library
Massena, New York

July 2, 2005
4 P.M. Lecture: From Aesthetics to Politics in the Essay
Vermont College MFA Program
Montpelier, Vermont
7 P.M. Reading

Selected Works

Scraping by in the Big Eighties
"The charmingly personal becomes the mightily political in a muscular, well-wrought series of essays that move chronologically through an appalling decade of public and private self-indulgence.... Singer has certainly done her homework for this entertaining refresher course on the decade of big hair and small mercies: the acknowledgements alone offer an excellent bibliography of an era that many readers who lived through it would rather forget."
--Kirkus Reviews

Living North Country: Essays on Life and Landscapes in Northern New York

Over two dozen essays from established writers as well as newcomers on the relationship between landscape and the ways of life in New York's "North Country"--the Adirondacks and surrounding valleys. Between these covers are open spaces, small towns, skeletons in the closets, blue skies, big storms and more.

Jules and Jonah March on Washington

Two young activists attend their first peace rally and learn firsthand about dissent and democracy.