Author and editor John Edward Lawson will be giving a poetry presentation and reading, followed by a book signing, this Saturday May 13th from 4 to 6 p.m. In addition to addressing issues pertinent to both authors and readers, Lawson will be promoting his latest collection, SuiPsalms, as well as his forthcoming seventh volume of poetry Bibliophobia.
This is a ticketed event that is free and open to the public. Tickets are available at the library’s main desk. For more details please visit the official Uniontown Public Library Author Series information page.
Past author guests have come from all genres, including fantasy author Carrie Gessner, romance author Lee Tobin McClain, urban fantasy author Nicole Peeler, and horror author Michael A. Arnzen.
Heidi Ruby Miller, curator of the series, has been providing video interviews to give the public a taste of what will be covered at the events. Below is the promotional interview conducted with Lawson regarding poetry:
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