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NEXT MEETING: AUGUST 9, 2014 - EPIPHANY LIBRARY

DICKENS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 2014

The New York Fellowship's 2013 HOLIDAY PARTY - Photos!!!  


Everyone's Carol in New York & London - December 2013


A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House - December 2013


DFNY Contributes to Children's Charity - Nov 2012

A 'New York' Christmas Carol in Brooklyn - Dec 2012

ANNA JACOBER Honored at June 2012 Luncheon

Dickens Bicentennial Exhibit & Lecture Series at The New York Public Library: September 14, 2012 - January 27, 2013

Contributing Author JORDAN CERBONE Speaks at Library's Authors On Stage Program


NEW! DFNY MEMBERS LENDING LIBRARY

DFNY On Columbia University Radio (Audio & Text)

The New York Fellowship Celebrates Dickens's 200th Birthday - Photos!!!  

DFNY President Rose Roberts Interviewed on BBC Radio (Audio & Text)

NEW BOOK BY DFNY'S JOHN KAMINSKI

DFNY Member Joanne Theodorou's New Website


MORTON JACOBER NOMINATED FOR LITERARY AWARD

IN MEMORIAM - Adrienne Mazzey-Moeller

DFNY RELEASES MORTON JACOBER'S A DICKENSIAN'S GARDEN OF VERSES  - FEB 5, 2011

PLAYING MISS HAVISHAM - A SMASH HIT Reviewed. With PHOTOS and VIDEO!!!


DICKENS IN PERFORMANCE:
London: A Christmas Carol – As told by Jacob Marley
Charles Dickens's England


BOOK REVIEW: Who Was Charles Dickens?

MEET ANNA & MORTON JACOBER

DFNY Attends Performance of Hard Times

IN MEMORIAM - JOHN MILEY  

DFNY Attends Performance by Gerald Charles Dickens

DFNY's JOHN GALAZIN VISITS LONDON FELLOWSHIP

NEW BOOK BY DFNY MEMBER JOHN-RICHARD THOMPSON

NEW BOOKS BY DFNY'S LEONARD ASHLEY

JOHN GALAZIN QUOTED IN BBC ARTICLE

Meet Fellowship Member Jordan Cerbone
Meet Fellowship Member Devorah Tarrow
Meet Dickens Colleague Edward Mapp
Meet Fellowship Member Rosa Savoia
DICKENS CONFERENCES/CELEBRATIONS
The Dickens Fellowship Conference 2012
Dickens 2012
Did You Know? Poet Joyce Kilmer ("Trees") was President
of The Dickens Fellowship of New York, 1914-1918

The Dickens Fellowship of New York and its members seek to keep the memory and study of Charles Dickens alive in New York City. The organization has aspects of a literary society or book club but includes much more as the name Fellowship implies. Our meetings include social events and group outings.  Members are kept apprised of cultural programs in New York City and the tri-state area that relate to Dickens and his Victorian era. Although we meet all the year round, as befitting Charles Dickens and A Christmas Carol, the Christmas season finds the Fellowship in especially hearty spirits.

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