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Press Release: Writers at Home Series Continues at Malaprop's

From Elaine Fox:

UNC Asheville’s 2007-08 Writers at Home Series continues with readings by local writers Danny Bernstein and Jeanette Cabanis-Brewin at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café, 55 Haywood St., downtown Asheville. Writers at Home is part of the Great Smokies Writing Program, a consortium of Western North Carolina writers and UNC Asheville. The event is free and open to the public.

Bernstein is the author of "Hiking the Carolina Mountains," published in 2007. She is a columnist for the Mountain Xpress and a contributor to New Southerner, Smoky Mountain Living, Blue Ridge Country and Blue Ridge Outdoors. Bernstein is a hike leader for the Carolina Mountain Club and edits the club’s electronic newsletter.

Cabanis-Brewin has published poetry in "The Nomad," "Atlanta Review" and "Appalachian Heritage" and in the anthologies "Tree Magic," "The Gift of Experience" and "Immigration, Emigration, Diversity." She is a business writer and editor, having co-edited and co-written several books about business. Cabanis-Brewin lives and works at the forks of Blackbird Branch near Cullowhee, N.C.

For more information, call Tommy Hays, executive director of the Great Smokies Writing Program at 828/254-1389.

UPDATE: From Elaine Fox:
Just an update on the previous announcement concerning the Great Smokies Writing Program Writers at Home series Readings at Malaprop's Sunday. Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin will be reading from her new chapbook, Patriate, just out from Longleaf Press. It won the Longleaf chapbook prize for 2007, so it should be a real treat for all!

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