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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Carol Crawford and Glenda Beall hold a conversation at Writers' Night Out August 14

NCWN-West sponsors Writers' Night Out Friday evening, August 14, 7:00 PM. 

Carol Crawford

We will meet on Zoom for this reading and conversation with a published writer, a poet and editor, Carol Childers Crawford. Our guest lives in Blue Ridge, Georgia where she runs her own business. 

More about Carol:
Carol Crawford is the owner of Carol Crawford Editing and author of The Habit of Mercy, Poems about Daughters and Mothers.

Carol has led workshops and taught creative writing for the John C. Campbell Folk School, the Dahlonega Literary Festival, The Red Clay Writers’ Conference, Writers Circle Around the Table, the North Carolina Writers’ Network, and the Carrollton Writers’ Club. She has been a volunteer with the Blue Ridge Writers’ Conference since it began more than twenty years ago.

Carol's essays and poetry have been published in the Southern Humanities Review, the Chattahoochee Review, and the Journal of Kentucky Studies among others. Originally from Texas, she holds a journalism and English degree from Baylor University. She loves to help people tell their stories.
She spends her free time doing needlepoint and badgering county commissioners about library funding.

Carol and Glenda will talk about editing and other things. Carol will read a couple of her personal essays. 

 Open microphone will follow for those who’d like to read their own poetry or prose with a time limit of three minutes.

Those wishing to participate in the open mic can sign up to read  by emailing Glenda Beall, glendabeall@msn.com.

Zoom invitations will be sent out again to NCWN-West members the week before the event. 
  For more information, please contact Karen Holmes at (404) 316-8466 or kpaulholmes@gmail.com or contact Glenda Beall.

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