Herbert Hadad - Writer
Herbert Hadad periodically teaches writing classes at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY.

THE ART OF THE ESSAY: More than any other kind of non-fiction writing, the essay offers the opportunity to express, in a short and conversational form, the whole range of thoughts and feelings, from intimacy and grief to joy and epiphany. This once-neglected form, now in renaissance, allows for the most satisfying and polished examination of ideas, beliefs, troubles and pleasures by writers beginning, renowned, and (like most of us) in between.

Please see here for a schedule of all courses and programs offered.

The Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Inc.
is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1988 with a mission to
advance the art and craft of writing by encouraging writers and readers at all levels to participate in and enjoy the literary arts.
It offers classes for professional and amateur writers, presents public readings by well-known and emerging prose writers and poets, does outreach work in several community sites, and publishes at least one book of poetry each year.

Pictured: Herbert Hadad with Mary Cheever, mentor, friend, and former teacher
at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center annual gala honoring Hadad
for 20 years of service.

 Hadad was received with much fanfare at a reading and book signing at the Greenburgh Public Library,
hosted by Sarah Bracey White
of the Arts and Culture Committee.
Photographs by Alan Zale Photography

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