Sunday, October 4, 2009
Ed Southern, Executive of NC Writers Network West was the
special guest reader.
On September 13, 2009, a number of writers gathered on Lake Chatuge near Hayesville, NC in the Southern Appalachian Mountains for the NCWN West 18th Annual Picnic. Each year there is a table of books by members for sale, and this year there seemed to be more books new books than ever. The invited guest reader at the picnic was Ed Southern of Winston Salem. He read from his new book Parlous Angels. Some 24 other writers read short samples of their work.
Murder in the Okefenokee
Double Eagle Entrprises 735 Liberty Circle
Murphy, NC 28906
a novel by William V. Reynolds
Parlous Angels at
Teaching the Robins by Janice Townley Moore is a special edition at Finishing Line Press. Recommended to serious
students of poetry.
Sacred Fire by Brenda Kay Ledford, When the Sap Rises by Glenda Barrett, and I Hear the River Call My Name by Mary Ricketson are recommended as
new voices from the Southern Appalachian Mountains. They can be purchased on Amazon.com or at Finishing Line Press.