Best Buys
See our recommandations
Yoda's Blog
Most recent entries Grab the rss feed
Thoughtful giving

Gift giving is personal and you should not be rushed by last... ...

Eco Galleria has moved

If you are not on our email list, you may not know... ...

Book Signing Saturday, Octo...

After a brief respite in August, this month we have resumed our... ...

Stay in the loop
Sign up for our Newsletter

Yoda's Blog

Book Signing Saturday, October 12th

After a brief respite in August, this month we have resumed our outdoor Trunk Shows  at the Station featuring local artists.


On Saturday, October 12th,  from 10am to 4pm, we are doing our first book signing for Oradell resident  Chris Campanioni to celebrate the publishing of his first book "Going Down".
Chris was born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey. He is also a journalist and model, and winner of the 2013 Academy of American Poets Prize for poetry from his collection, In Conversation." Going Down", his debut novel, is the first in a trilogy that explores communication and language, commodities and media, tourism and terrorism. 

Campanioni's work has been published and reprinted in the Star-Ledger, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Bergen Record, the Herald News, The Brooklyn Rail, and other literary magazines. He has also worked as an actor with a number of recurring roles on All My Children and One Life to Live, and has been a guest on The Today Show and The View. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Lehigh University and a Master of Arts from Fordham University, and he teaches English literature and creative writing at the City University of New York.

So, we invite you to join us on October 12th to meet this wonderful young man and  and buy his book.

We will add to our events page as additional trunk shows and book signings are added to our calendar.


We hope to see you here at the train station!  Support these great local artists who live and work in our community.




Eco Galleria

Posted by Kathryn Longo on September 17, 2013.


Leave a comment

comments have to be approved before showing up