The Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council and the Eastern Shore Writers Association present: A Place We Call Home--An evening of shared writing experiences on the Eastern Shore
Saturday, May 18, 7-9 PM at Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council in Salisbury (to the left of St. Peter's Church)
110 E Church Street
Salisbury, MD 21801
“A Place We Call Home” is a shared experience of three writers, each with their own perspective on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Brent Lewis has deep Shore roots. His books include Remembering Kent Island: Stories from the Chesapeake and A History of the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Dept, and the novel Bloody Point 1976.
Tara A. Elliott is the founder and director of Salisbury’s Poetry Week and recently served as Poet-in-Residence for Freeman Stage. Her poems have appeared in TAOS Journal of International Poetry and Art, Wildness, and The American Journal of Poetry, among others.
Kenton Kilgore, president of the Eastern Shore Writers Association, writes sci-fi and fantasy for young adults, and adults who are still young, including This Wasted Land, Lost Dogs, Dragontamer's Daughters, and the children's book Our Wild Place.
Each author will speak about how life on the Eastern Shore impacts their work, and there will be a question-and answer segment, as well as an opportunity to speak with the authors one-on-one. Wine and snacks will be available.