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Reuner Library Writers Series: 2018 - Littlefield

Herbert H. and Sofia P. Reuner Library Writers Series

The SUNY Ulster Herbert H. & Sofia P. Reuner Library Writers Series is a special program begun in 1998, sponsored by The Ulster Community College Foundation, that brings renowned writers to campus every fall. This is a truly unique opportunity for SUNY Ulster students and community members to hear award winning authors read from their work.

Bruce Littlefield

What's Your Story?
Thursday, November 8, 2018
College Lounge, Vanderlyn Hall

Professor Goretti Benca, Professor of English, will moderate the discussion.

People have called Bruce Littlefield a lot of things.  The New York Times said he’s a “lifestyle authority.”  NPR deemed him a “modern day Erma Bombeck.” His high school bully called him “Brucilla.”  His story began in a small South Carolina mill town and led him to New York where he first became a model and then a best-selling author, TV personality, and arbiter of American fun. He shares his passionate curiosity (and occasional mischievousness) through his books, TV appearances and “Dinner Party Talk,” his weekly romp through American culture. Bruce has written 17 books and appeared on NBC, CBS, ABC News, FOX News, MSNBC, The Rachael Ray Show, NPR, Sirius, and numerous other programs, and has been featured in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the New York PostOprah, People MagazineOK! MagazineSaveurThis Old House, the New York Daily NewsMiami HeraldChicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times.

2018 Reuner Writers Series Video

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