One of the joys in my life at the moment is that I’m part of a group of writers called 7 Quills. Yes, there are indeed seven of us. We’re all writing wildly different stories, books and poems, but we’re linked by a love of writing. Six of us will read on Saturday, April 26. Here’s a blurb about the event. Hope to see some of you there.
Award-winning local authors will read and sign books 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at Coffee Underground, corner of Coffee and Main streets, Greenville. The authors include Deb Richardson-Moore whose memoir, The Weight of Mercy, addresses the challenges of ministering with and to Greenville’s homeless. The Rev. Pat Jobe, of Radio Free Bubba fame, will share his books and humor. Heather Marshall, who took Baker Prize awards for Scottish-based stories, will read from her novel, The Thorn Tree. Poet Justin Blackburn, a member of the SAY WHAT Greenville Poetry Slam Team, will perform, and Nan Lundeen will read poems describing growing up in Iowa. M.E. Corey Brown will share scenes from her fantasy novel, Champion of the Moon Glories.