9/27/2016 Deirdre Sinnott reading from her novel The Third Mrs. Galway.
Frank Johnson's Story: An Enslaved Man's Experiences
New York State's Other July 4th, OP ED in the Observer Dispatch
Bio of Ramsey Clark for his 85th Birthday Gala, January 12, 2013.
WUTR-TV, by Jazzmyn Allen
Samuel Dove's Legacy: From Slavery to Freedom
Spectrum News, by Melissa Krull
Reflecting on the Utica Riot of 1835
Spectrum News, by Melissa Krull:
Preserving Mohawk Valley's Past While Continuing to Seek Justice
Antislavery agitation is rocking Utica in 1835 when a young bride discovers an enslaved family hiding in her shed, setting in motion the exhumation of long-buried family secrets.
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PERSONAL ESSAYS: DEIRDRE'S BYTES
Gathering Stock Published in Hippocampus Magazine, December 1, 2014.
Right-Sized Rats Published in Hippocampus Magazine, September 1, 2012. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize
Outside Winner: Honorable Mention in Hippocampus Magazine's Remember in November Contest for Creative Non-
Fiction, November 1, 2011.
Reading the Feminine Mystique in Norman Mailer's Home Published in Hippocampus Magazine, October 1, 2011.
Deirdre's Tour of NYC Bars A special video supplement to her writing.