Start off the holidays at the first Local Author Fair and Member Appreciation Sale on Saturday, November 19, from 11am-4pm at the Gallery at WREN in Bethlehem, NH.
Come and meet over 15 authors who will be there to sell, sign, and share their books. Whether you’re an avid reader or an aspiring writer, the Local Author Fair is your chance to get to know local writers and their work. Speak to the authors directly and learn about their books and what they are currently working on. Adult fiction and nonfiction writers, children’s authors, and poets will all be represented at the fair. What a great chance to support local authors, and bring home some wonderful books.
Raffle prizes will be drawn throughout the afternoon. WREN is pleased to offer this opportunity to support local authors, and to provide a venue where you, our local readers, can connect with them. For more information, check out wrenworks.org or call the Local Works Marketplace at WREN at 603.869.3100.
Everyone is welcome to special readings and talks…
11am Parker Towle
Parker Towle’s poems burst with love. For over 30 years he was aphysician in Littleton and Lebanon, NH and St Johnsbury, VT. His poems achieve a fine balance between our coming and going on the face of the earth and the magical presence of the earth itself.
Noon Ron Roy
Ron Roy is the author of two novels, “Passing Time” and “Harsh Magic.” Both are workplace novels, set in a paper mill and an operating room, respectively. His third novel “Gadelles” from George Geer’s Plaideswede Press of Concord, NH (nhbookseller.com) will come out in Spring 2017. Ron grew up in Berlin, but has also lived in Iowa, Vermont, and Dallas, Texas.
1pm Grace Gershuny
Grace Gershuny is widely known as an author, educator and organic consultant. Doing business as GAIA Services, Grace works as an independent organic inspector as well as consulting for private and non-profit clients on all aspects of organic certification, developing related standards, and certification systems and training programs.
2pm Cynthia Dekett
Cynthia or C. A. Morgan is an artist, writer, singer/performer, blogger, teacher, wife, mother of five children and now a publisher. She is an autodidact who also holds a degree in Commercial Art from Michigan’s Ferris State University. For the past 25 years she has called the Northeast Kingdom home.
3pm Cathy Strasser
Cathy is an occupational therapist and author. She belongs to New Hampshire Writer’s Project and the New England Chapter of Sister’s in Crime. She lives in Sugar Hill with her husband as is currently working on her third book in the White Mountains Mystery series.