Announcements & Readings

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Interview by Kelly Arnold
Interview-Bio by Bibliotekos
Introduction:  100,000 Poets for Change
Story:  “Maybe A Lesser Sin”
Louisiana Poetry Project
Dead Mule School of Southern Literature
     Poems: “Wounded Woods, Healing Trees”
                   “Night Train Serenade”
                    “A Carpenter’s Legacy”
Wilderness House Literary Review
     Poem:  “Desert Cafe”
        Poem:  “Wednesday Night Respite”

Saturday, May 11th, 2019
10:00 am to noon
“Using Joseph Campbell’s Hero Cycle to Create Character-Driven Plots”
Catholic Writers Guild
St. Paul’s Catholic Church (Riverside)
2609 Park Street
Jacksonville, Florida

5-Week Summer Fiction Workshop:
In association with the Altama Museum
of Art and History
611 Jackson Street
Vidalia, GA
Tuesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 pm
May 21, 2019 through June 18, 2019
check the link below:

April is Poetry Month Reading and Review
Sponsored by Professors Thom Brucie
and Andrew DiNicola
Student and Faculty Readings
South Georgia State College
William S. Smith Library
Douglas, GA

Reading and Book Signing:
An Evening With Thom Brucie
South Georgia State College
William S. Smith Library
Douglas, GA

Lost Keys Literary Festival:
Middle Georgia State University Graduate Studies
Macon Art Community
Macon, GA

Workshop and Conference:
Jesup Writer’s Workshop
Wayne County Arts Council
Jesup, GA

Fiction Workshop: 
Young Writer’s Workshop
Douglas Boys and Girls Club
Douglas, GA

Friday, October 4, 2013
Crossroads Writers Conference
and Book Fair
Macon Georgia

“The Purpose, Forms, and Application of the Scene in Storymaking”
Red Clay Writers Conference
Georgia Writers Association
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, Georgia

“The Importance of Rhetorical Training for Creative Writers”
Interdisciplinary Conference for Teachers of Undergraduates
Gordon State College
Barnesville, GA