Writers at Home Series reading this weekend
UNC Asheville's Writers at Home Series Continues January 20
UNC Asheville's Writers at Home Series continues with readings by local authors Roy Andrews and Gary Lilley at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20, at Malaprop's Bookstore/Café, 55 Haywood St. 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.
Roy Andrews, a native of New Hampshire, has published short stories in "New Orleans Review," "The Adirondack Review" and "New Hampshire College Review." He has also read one of his short stories on New Hampshire Public Radio. Previously, Andrews directed a university writing center and taught writing about modern art.
Gary Lilley has published four books of poetry, including "The Subsequent Blues," "The Reprehensibles," "Black Poem (The Hollyridge Press Chapbook Series)" and "Alpha Zulu." He received the D.C. Commission on the Arts Fellowship for Poetry in 1996 and has been a poet-in-residence at WritersCorps, Young Chicago Authors and The Poetry Center of Chicago. Lilley teaches undergraduate writing at Warren Wilson College.
For more information, call Tommy Hays, Great Smokies Writing Program Director, at 828/254-1389
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