Calling all readers and writers: Southern Author Expo set for January 22
If you’re an avid reader or if you’re looking for tips on how to get your own work published, you’ll want to attend the Southern Author Expo on Saturday, January 22, from 2 p.m. until 3:45 p.m.
Presented by the Greenville County Library System, the virtual event held via Zoom will feature regional authors sharing insights about fiction and non-fiction writing and getting your work published. During an interactive Q&A, attendees can speak to the authors and ask questions. Featured author titles will be available for online purchase.
“If you’re an avid reader or interested in writing, it’s a great event for you,” said Rachel Inabinet, Adult Outreach & Event Coordinator with Greenville County Library System. “And if you want to know what the local authors are all about and read some samples of the work, you can do that on our website. It’s a great way to get a sneak peek of all the authors’ work.”
A dozen local authors will be on hand during the event, including London Clarke (Megan Lee), Andrea Coates, Tim Davis, J. Dwight Donald, Barbara V. Evers, Emily Golus, Alan (Scott) Henderson, Lahnice Hollister, D. John Jackson and Jonathan King. Their works cover an array of genres including children’s literature, fantasy, gothic suspense, young adult, biography, nonfiction and poetry.
Want to attend?
What: Southern Author Expo
When: Saturday, January 22, 2022, 2 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Where: Online via ZOOM. Go HERE to register.
For more information, visit greenvillelibrary.org.