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Johnson City, TX, Writer's Event

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Johnson City, Texas, Writer’s Event            

10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11th, Johnson Settlement Events Center  (two blocks west of the traffic light on U.S. Hwy 290 in Johnson City Admission: $25 (includes lunch) Proceeds will benefit the Johnson City Library.


Mike Blakely
, Is the moderator for the panel discussion and then book signing. Writes western historical fiction. The Fredericksbug library has 6 of his books: Too Long at the Dance, Comanche Dawn, Shortgrass Song, Summer of Pearls, Moon Medicine, A Tale Out of Luck, and some are available in audio. My husband and I listened to Summer of Pearls on tape and it was excellent! http://www.mikeblakely.com 


Bethany Hegedus
, author of Between Us Baxters and the forthcoming Truth with a Capital T (coming this fall from Delacorte). Bethany Hegedus has spent time above and below the Mason-Dixon Line . She cares deeply about kids, having once been a high school teacher and also a youth advocate. She serves as a mentor in the PEN Prison Writing Program and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Bethany is Co-Editor of the Young Adult’s and Children’s section of the literary magazin, Hunger Mountain and is Austin Host of the popular website readergirlz.com. Her second novel, Truth, With a Capital T. (Delacorte/Random House) releases Oct. 12, 2010 . Between Us Baxters is her first young adult novel. http://www.bethanyhegedus.com


Bill Minutaglio
-- for nonfiction (his new book is a collection of his newspaper reporting In Search of the Blues, from UT Press); Bill Minutaglio has long been regarded as one of the great writers in Texas journalism…Minutaglio wrote exquisite long-form pieces about Texas poverty in the time of plenty. He also covered…history, the blues, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Minutaglio has written seven books of nonfiction, including a George W. Bush biography and “City On Fire” in which he tells the story of the 1947 Texas City Disaster in a narrative that feels more like a novel than a piece of history. He currently teaches journalism at the University of Texas at Austin.  http://www.billminutaglio.com/index.html


Greg Garrett
Greg Garrett is the author of the critically-acclaimed novels Free Bird (chosen by Publishers’ Weekly and the Rocky Mountain News as one of the most promising fiction debuts of 2002), Cycling, and Shame, the memoirs Crossing Myself and No Idea, and nonfiction books including The Gospel according to Hollywood, Holy Superheroes, Stories from the Edge: A Theology of Grief, and his latest, We Get to Carry Each Other: The Gospel according to U2. A past winner of regional and national prizes for fiction and nonfiction, Greg is also a major writer for “The Voice,” a contemporary language Bible for the emerging church, and a frequent contributor to The Thoughtful Christian.  Greg has taught (creative writing, literature, film, and theology) at Baylor University for the past twenty years; he is Professor of English there, and has twice won university-wide teaching awards. His students have gone on to success as writers, teachers, scholars, and leaders in the Church. His own vocational service to the Church is as Writer in Residence for the priests and pastors in training at the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest (where he earned his M.Div.), and as a licensed lay preacher based at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas. Greg is also a frequent teacher, speaker, and workshop and retreat leader across the United States and overseas. When he is not traveling, Greg lives in Austin with his sons Jake and Chandler and near his sweetheart, Martha. He loves movies, fiction, comics, music, the outdoors, and Jesus.The other Jesus, that is.   http://theotherjesus.com/

 

The morning program will be the authors speaking. Lunch will be served. Then in the afternoon, we will break into workshops with Bethany Hegedus, Bill Minutaglio, or Greg Garrett.  Please email Bambi Haley at bambihaley@yahoo.com to reserve a seat and indicte in your email your first and second choices for the workshops. Workshops will be limited to only 20 people per workshop, so get your reservations in right away.



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Johnson City, TX, Writer's Event

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Johnson City, Texas, Writer’s Event            

10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11th, Johnson Settlement Events Center  (two blocks west of the traffic light on U.S. Hwy 290 in Johnson City Admission: $25 (includes lunch) Proceeds will benefit the Johnson City Library.


Mike Blakely
, Is the moderator for the panel discussion and then book signing. Writes western historical fiction. The Fredericksbug library has 6 of his books: Too Long at the Dance, Comanche Dawn, Shortgrass Song, Summer of Pearls, Moon Medicine, A Tale Out of Luck, and some are available in audio. My husband and I listened to Summer of Pearls on tape and it was excellent! http://www.mikeblakely.com 


Bethany Hegedus
, author of Between Us Baxters and the forthcoming Truth with a Capital T (coming this fall from Delacorte). Bethany Hegedus has spent time above and below the Mason-Dixon Line . She cares deeply about kids, having once been a high school teacher and also a youth advocate. She serves as a mentor in the PEN Prison Writing Program and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Bethany is Co-Editor of the Young Adult’s and Children’s section of the literary magazin, Hunger Mountain and is Austin Host of the popular website readergirlz.com. Her second novel, Truth, With a Capital T. (Delacorte/Random House) releases Oct. 12, 2010 . Between Us Baxters is her first young adult novel. http://www.bethanyhegedus.com


Bill Minutaglio
-- for nonfiction (his new book is a collection of his newspaper reporting In Search of the Blues, from UT Press); Bill Minutaglio has long been regarded as one of the great writers in Texas journalism…Minutaglio wrote exquisite long-form pieces about Texas poverty in the time of plenty. He also covered…history, the blues, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Minutaglio has written seven books of nonfiction, including a George W. Bush biography and “City On Fire” in which he tells the story of the 1947 Texas City Disaster in a narrative that feels more like a novel than a piece of history. He currently teaches journalism at the University of Texas at Austin.  http://www.billminutaglio.com/index.html


Greg Garrett
Greg Garrett is the author of the critically-acclaimed novels Free Bird (chosen by Publishers’ Weekly and the Rocky Mountain News as one of the most promising fiction debuts of 2002), Cycling, and Shame, the memoirs Crossing Myself and No Idea, and nonfiction books including The Gospel according to Hollywood, Holy Superheroes, Stories from the Edge: A Theology of Grief, and his latest, We Get to Carry Each Other: The Gospel according to U2. A past winner of regional and national prizes for fiction and nonfiction, Greg is also a major writer for “The Voice,” a contemporary language Bible for the emerging church, and a frequent contributor to The Thoughtful Christian.  Greg has taught (creative writing, literature, film, and theology) at Baylor University for the past twenty years; he is Professor of English there, and has twice won university-wide teaching awards. His students have gone on to success as writers, teachers, scholars, and leaders in the Church. His own vocational service to the Church is as Writer in Residence for the priests and pastors in training at the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest (where he earned his M.Div.), and as a licensed lay preacher based at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas. Greg is also a frequent teacher, speaker, and workshop and retreat leader across the United States and overseas. When he is not traveling, Greg lives in Austin with his sons Jake and Chandler and near his sweetheart, Martha. He loves movies, fiction, comics, music, the outdoors, and Jesus.The other Jesus, that is.   http://theotherjesus.com/

 

The morning program will be the authors speaking. Lunch will be served. Then in the afternoon, we will break into workshops with Bethany Hegedus, Bill Minutaglio, or Greg Garrett.  Please email Bambi Haley at bambihaley@yahoo.com to reserve a seat and indicte in your email your first and second choices for the workshops. Workshops will be limited to only 20 people per workshop, so get your reservations in right away.



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