F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival
Reading in our nation’s capital has privately been in the back of my mind ever since Flashes of War released almost a year and a half ago. This weekend, I’m happy I’ll be in that area for a series of public events. If you know writers, readers, or–most especially–veterans in the area, please share this information with them.
- Join me and fellow war lit authors Ron Capps, Dario DiBattista, James Matthews, and Kayla Williams this Friday, October 17 at 7 p.m. for a free, public reading and conversation, “Writing the War Experience” to kick off the 17th annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival. Read more about this awesome festival in The Washington Post (and contrary to what they published, no, I’m not a veteran.)
- Register for my one-hour writing workshop, “What is Flash Fiction & How Can it Improve Short Stories & Novels?” at the Rockville Memorial Library. Class meets 10am-11am and 4pm-5pm on Saturday, October 18 and more information can be found here.
- Meet the Loyola University Maryland’s publisher at Apprentice House, Kevin Atticks–and join us both for a reading and conversation Monday, October 20th at 7pm in Baltimore, Maryland at The Ivy Bookshop. Free and open to the public.