Some of the authors who have participated in BookFest have been working together on some interesting new projects:
At The Shops at the Senator’s House, during the authors’ meeting, Tim Bullard, author of Haunted Watauga County, interviewed Doug Butler, author of After Appomattox: NC Civil War Monuments. The interview was published in the Mooresville Tribune and the Morganton News-Herald.
Ginger Collins is putting together some exciting programs for the Alleghany Arts Council. Georgann Eubanks, author of Literary Trails of North Carolina series, will be discussing her newest book Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina at the Alleghany County Library. Ms. Eubanks had planned to be at November’s BookFest, but was unable to attend. The program will be Saturday, January 18 at 11:00 am.
Next month William L. Andrews, UNC professor and author of The North Carolina Roots of African-American Literature will give a presentation. His program will be Saturday, February 8, at 11:00 am at the Alleghany County Library.
Information on upcoming BookFest events will be coming soon.