Held weekly at The Lounge at 4 High St., Brattleboro, Vermont with host Dede Cummings, a writer and poet, publisher and founder of Green Writers Press in Brattleboro
Thursday, November 9, 6 PM to 8 PM
Special guest, debut novelist, James Hornor. His book entitled Victoria Falls will be published in spring 2018 by Green Writers Press.
James Hornor teaches composition and directs the Mid-Coast Writing Center at Southern Maine Community College. He has been a Lead Presenter at the CEEB Annual Advanced Placement Conference and an Examiner for International Baccalaureate. His workshop on point of view challenges participants to consider multiple points of view as a gateway to credibility and authenticity in their own writing.
Thursday, November 16, 6 PM to 8 PM
Special guest, Brattleboro writer/memoirist, Danielle Sessler
Danielle Sessler is a local writer who moved from Brooklyn in early 2017 to finish her first book, a memoir, in Brattleboro. She will talk about releasing memories and crafting them into a compelling story, and offer a writing prompt to unlock our own memoirs we have within us.
Note: there will be no Book Lounge on November 23… We will resume on the 30th.
Info: email@example.com or call 802-380–1121.
T Stores is the author of three novels (Getting to the Point, SideTracks, and Backslide) and a collection of short fiction, Frost Heaves, which is forthcoming from Green Writers’ Press. Her fourth novel, Ten Types of Women, is slated for publication later in 2018. Her work has appeared in Sinister Wisdom, Harrington Literary Quarterly, Rock & Sling, Cicada, Out Magazine, Blithe House, Oregon Literary Review,Bloom Magazine, Rock & Sling, Earth’s Daughters,Blueline, SawPalm,Kudzu, Fourth Genreand Minerva Rising, among others. Honors include grants from the Vermont Arts Council and Barbara Deming Fund, residencies at Bread Loaf, Squaw Valley, and Shiro Oni, and a Pushcart Prize nomination. A graduate of the M.F.A. program at Emerson College, she is Associate Professor and Associate Dean at the University of Hartford.
T is going to talk about ekphrasis, writing based on or prompted by fine art, including my novel, Ten Types of Women, which will be out from Spinster’s Ink in late 2018. She will have an ekphrasis writing prompt. Folks who are coming bring along a copy of a visual artwork that they particularly love but that they haven’t written about. They can, of course, always look something up on their smart phones, and T will bring along some art books for resources as well.