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Sara Baker will talk about her book, The Timekeeper's Son on Saturday, November 4, at the library.
Free and open to all.
Sara Baker’s fiction has been published or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Cleaver, Confrontation, H.O.W. Journal, The China Grove Journal, The Intima.com, The Examined Life Journal, The New Quarterly, The Lullwater Review and other venues, and has been shortlisted for the Bridport and Fish contests. Her poetry has been published in Stone, River, Sky: An Anthology of Georgia Poems, The 2011 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine The Apalachee Review, The Healing Muse, Ars Medica, and in her chapbook, Brancusi’s Egg, from Finishing Line Press. Her novel, The Timekeeper’s Son, was published by Deeds Publishing, (http://deedspublishing.goodsie.com/the-timekeepers-son.) Her screenplay, One of Us, was a finalist in the CineStory screenplay contest, and her radio play A Wagner Matinee, was aired on BBC Radio and NPR. She has been a fellow at the Hambidge Center, and has received scholarships to the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.
She has an M.A. in English from Boston College. After fifteen years of teaching at the University of Georgia and The Georgia Institute for Technology, she developed and taught a writing workshop for cancer patients in an outpatient clinic for eleven years. You can read her thoughts about writing and healing at Word Medicine, www.saratbaker.wordpress.com.
Heidi Chiavaroli will talk about her book, Freedom's Ring on Saturday, November 18, at the library.
From the Boston Marathon bombing to the American Revolution and the Boston Massacre, past and present intertwine to create an unexpected destiny.
Free and open to the public. No registration required.