Join us for a showcase of eight WriterHouse members who have published books in the past year. The authors read from their works, ranging from environmental thriller to historical romance to young adult fiction and poetry.
Faded… from the Memory of the Average Reader: The Meaning and Legacy of Fisher’s Hill. Presented by Jonathan A. Noyalas, Assistant Professor of History and Director of the Center for Civil War History at Lord Fairfax Community College.
Professor Larry J. Sabato, Director of the U.Va. Center for Politics, discusses his most recent book, the New York Times bestseller, “The Kennedy Half-Century.” Professor Sabato focuses on the life, administration, assassination, and lasting legacy of President John F.
When you submit a story or essay to a journal, what happens to it? How many pages will editors read before making a decision, and how can you get them to keep reading? Learn where to send your work, how to write strong cover letters, how to interpret rejection letters, and more.
Gordon Avenue Branch, Jefferson-Madison Regional Library
Discussion of Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland. Chronicles the history of a painting and the lives with which it intersects, from the artist’s inspiration to its admiration by two art scholars three hundred years later