THIS SUNDAY (!)–
The Athens Writers Association is proud to present a Q & A session with Philip Lee Williams on August 17th at 3:00pm at The Coffee Shop of Athens (upstairs conference room). A lifelong Georgian, Philip Lee Williams is a published novelist, poet and essayist, as well as a composer, a documentary filmmaker and a science writer.
If you are serious about learning and improving, you want to meet and talk with people who are setting the bar for excellence, people who are passionate, and people who are truly creating great works of art. Mr. Williams is a wonderful example of one such writer. You have no idea how inspiring such a meeting can be — don’t miss it!
AND IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT THIS SUNDAY, BE SURE TO CHECK OUT —
Opening publication party for It is Written: My Life in Letters, from 5-7 p.m. in the Grand Hall of the Russell Special Collections Library at 300 Hull Street on the University of Georgia campus in Athens, GA. Open free to the public, with a reading and autographing. Cash bar and refreshments available. Free parking in the high-rise parking deck next to the library (event not affiliated with the AWA, though we wish it was!).