Former resident returns for writers series at Voorheesville schools

Elizabeth Brundage


Elizabeth Brundage

VOORHEESVILLE — One-time village resident and author Elizabeth Brundage will be returning to the area for the first-ever “Voorheesville Visiting Writers Series” to be held this Wednesday, March 11, at 6:30 p.m., in the library on the campus of Voorheesville’s middle and high school, according to Karen Conroy, the school district’s director of curriculum.

Brundage, who has written four books, will be reading from her latest novel “All Things Cease to Appear,” followed by a question-and-answer period led by Conroy and Brian Stumbaugh, the chair of the Voorheesville English department.

Brundage was a guest writer at Clayton A. Bouton’s Cole Summer Writers Institute in 2010, according to Conroy.

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