Posts Tagged ‘Michelle Woods’

Jonathan Levin in 'A Hunger Artist' may be the best solo performance of the year.

Are the Irish the least romantic in Europe? Boy writes girl, boy loses girl, boy writes song (poem, play) about it...

Three contributors to New York Irish Arts read from their work and from the work of famous writers!

Winsome Brown talks to Gwen and to Michelle Woods about her new play, "This Is Mary Brown."

"Waiting for IKEA" has luminous and touching performances.

Kafka Translated

In Michelle Woods' new book "Kafka Translated," she looks at Franz's Irish connection, his humor, and finds that Kafka himself was a re-interpreter.

Downtown Millburn, post-Sandy. Dark. How It’s New York: This is about Hurricane Sandy, which hit us here big time on October 29. The world was...

How it’s New York: This is the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s 26th year, located near Cold Spring, NY (reachable by train and courtesy bus from the...

Izzie finds a good use for Ulysses How it’s New York: I was in me bed upstate! How it’s Irish: the BBC produce an all-day radio adaptation of Ulysses...

How it’s New York: Author Maura Mulligan teaches Irish dancing and Irish in New York, and is a frequent reader at Irish American Writers & Artists Salon. How...

Michelle with the new book How it’s New York: Michelle Woods is an Assistant Professor at SUNY New Paltz. And Books Editor for New York Irish...

How It’s New York: author Honor Molloy is a New York resident and celebrated reader at the Irish American Writers’ and Artists Salon.  She also occasionally...

@Graham Jepson How It’s New York:  This memorial was written by Kevin Holohan, an Irish writer based in New York.  Books Editor Michelle Woods...

Sean Nolan signs books in Manasqan, NJ How it’s New York: Set in and around the Irish Jersey Shore, Guys Like Us: A Memoir of Life Lost and Found...