Ribbon cutting celebrates return of Nightshade Press, launch of Keystone College Press

October 4th, 2016 2:10 pm

Keystone College celebrates the re-introduction of opening of Nightshade Press, which operated at the school before taking a temporary hiatus in 2010, and the launch of Keystone College Press, with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony on Sept. 22 at Koelsch House on campus, followed by a reception in Evans Hall. The evening was highlighted with a reading by young-adult author and poet Gail Carson Levine and several contributors to ‘Down the Doghole,’ an anthology of 11 Northeastern Pennsylvania poets, released by Nightshade Press that same night. From left, John Morrison, Keystone College Board of Trustees; Ray Hammond, editor of Nightshade Press and Keystone College Press; David L. Coppola, Ph.D., Keystone College president; Robert Swartley, chair, Keystone Board of Trustees, and Gretchen Ludders, Keystone Board of Trustees.

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