I’ll be reading with the poet Alessandra Lynch as part of the Louisville Literary Arts InKY reading series at The Bard’s Town (1801 Bardstown Road). Full details here: https://www.louisvilleliteraryarts.org/2018-2019-inky-reading-series
It will be a busy Writer’s Block festival for me this year: I’ll be reading at 1:30 p.m., presenting on a panel (“Getting the Word Out: Stories of How Writers Became Published Authors”) at 3:30 p.m., and working the Miracle Monocle table in the print fair. I hope to see you there!
In lieu of doing a traditional book launch in my hometown of Cincy, I thought I'd draw together writers, visual artists, journalists, and musicians to get at the issue of what makes a home a home. Join us for Heartland Home at Chase Public. The lineup is amazing and it's sure to be a night like no other in the Queen City. Further details TK.
Sarah Anne Strickley will be teaching two weekend workshop sessions at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival in Iowa City this summer. Her topics will include Nurturing a Daily Writing Practice (June 16-17) and Writing From Life (June 23-24). Register now to ensure your place.
Sarah Anne Strickley will be presenting at the annual Conversations and Connections conference, an event sponsored by Barrelhouse Magazine. This weekend conference will take place on the campus of George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. Strickley will speak on the following topic: Against Organic Storytelling: How to Write Better Stories Faster. Register now to ensure you place.