Our December Wordkeepers is coming up on Saturday the 19th. It's always a big show -- generally the biggest attendance of the year. Not sure why. You'd think people have plenty to do this close to Christmas, but they do like to come out and read and listen in December.
The Arts Center isalways decked with a display of local trees, and that's pretty special. And we do always have extra good refreshments, including wine and some special punch (yes, it WILL be leaded).
We're usually full up with readers and have a plenty big audience to enjoy the fun. So come on out if you're in town. 303 School Avenue in West Jefferson NC. It's the place to be at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 19. Email me if you're thinking you have something to share.
Some Favorite Quick Links
Buy my most recent book, Reflections on the New River from the publisher by clicking here.
Dig Mount Zion site
Here's the lowdown on the Mount Zion dig, sponsored by UNC Charlotte, which I worked on this past summer. Look interesting? Check out the site and you could find yourself down in a hole scraping two centuries old dirt right outside the Old City walls of Jerusalem.
Ashe County's Fabulous Literary Festival - On the Same Page
Here's info on the Festival and all it's splendid authors.
Check out Wildacres' website for more information on their wonderful programs.
Jim's excellent blog
Check out my friend Jim's the excellent blog by clicking here.
Blue Ridge Country Magazine guest column
Click here for my Blue Ridge Country Magazine guest column in their Nov/Dec issue.
See information about the Creative Non Fiction MFA program at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland.