Local authors will read at Bookmarks for 4 on 4th.

Join Winston-Salem Writers at Bookmarks on Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m. for 4 on 4th. This free, in-person event gives participants a chance to meet local authors and hear about their books. March’s theme is Transformation.

Janice Broyles, a volunteer speaker for Salem Pregnancy Center and Kids Connect teacher, will read from her book The Road Back Home from Here. Frank Morelli, a young adult novelist who won an American Fiction Award, will read from On the Way to Birdland. Freelance writer Hernan Mena Arana, voted one of Mexico’s top new short story writers in 2000, will read from his book Jefferson County. Samuel Newsome, medical director of the Stokes County Health Department who has won a Garcia Award and Best Contemporary Fiction by the Colorado Independent Publishers’ Association, will read from his novel Boy in the Treetops.

This collaboration of Bookmarks and Winston-Salem Writers includes author readings followed by a book signing with books for sale by Bookmarks.

Although the event is free, registration is required. Please register at www.bookmarksnc.org/4on4th_March_Registration. Bookmarks is located at 634 W. Fourth St. #110, Winston-Salem, NC 27101.

About Winston-Salem Writers: Founded in 2005, Winston-Salem Writers is a group of writers who write fiction, non-fiction, plays and poetry, and who care about the art and craft of writing. They offer programs, workshops, critique groups, open mic nights, contests and writers’ nights out for both beginning writers and published authors. For more information, visit www.wswriters.org.

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