Tall Poppy Writers: Raising Up Strong Women’s Voices in Fiction

Kathryn Craft  Kathryn Craft is the award-winning author of two novels from Sourcebooks, The Art of Falling and The Far End of Happy, and the author of chapters in Author in Progress and The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing from Writers Digest Books. Her fourteen years as a freelance developmental editor at follows a nineteen-year career as a dance critic for The Morning Call newspaper. Long a leader in …

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Examining Haunted Crime Scenes: Panel

Forensics expert Katherine Ramsland and paranormal investigators Mark Nesbitt and Patty A. Wilson have examined murder implements, victims, and crime scenes reported to have had supernatural components. Come see what their investigations have discovered in the Easton Book Festival discussion. When: Oct 27, 2020, 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: Haunted Crime Scenes …

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Kiss The Ground

Kiss The Ground 2020 has delivered the most destructive wildfires on record.  And we have run out of letters in the alphabet to name the tropical storms.  Yes, the climate crisis is here and now, not a future event.  Time is not on our side to reverse the damage but don’t despair just yet.  Kiss The …

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Pamela Newkirk

Pamela Newkirk Oct 25 at 6 PM  Author of “Diversity, Inc.” Pamela Newkirk is a Journalist. Editor, Professor, Author, and Multidisciplinary Scholar whose work examines the impact dominant portrayals in popular culture have on African American lives.

GLVWG Self-Publishing Panel

Learn everything you want to know about self-publishing from GREATER LEHIGH VALLEY WRITER’S GROUP members. (Carol L. Wright host) with Christine Talley, Judy England-McCarthy, Christopher D. Ochs, Bernadette Sukley, and Laurel Wenson.

Memoir Panel – Jerry Waxler

The Memoir Revolution is Changing the World If you wonder what it’s like to turn an important part of your life into a readable story, join these four authors to learn what that process was like for them.    Jerry Waxler: His memoir about growing up in the sixties spurred his passion for the genre. He …

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