Feb. 6, 2013
Atlanta Writers Club - oldest literary organization in the Southeast.
-- Nearly 70 authors and members of the Atlanta Writers Club will display and sign their books at Georgia Perimeter College-Dunwoody. Featuring award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-nominated authors, the public event is a way for writers in Georgia to connect with other writers as well as their readers. Young adult, memoir, mystery and literary novels, among other genres, will be available for sale.
Immediately following the book fair is the Atlanta Writers Club’s monthly meeting featuring guest authors Ann Hood and Andi Buchanan. Ann Hood is a novelist and short story writer. She is the author of the novel THE RED THREAD. Andy Buchanan is a New York Times bestselling author. Buchanan’s most recent book is GIFT, a young adult novel.
The book fair is a free event that begins at 10:30AM on the second floor of Building NB on Georgia Perimeter College-Dunwoody’
s campus located at 2101 Womack Road. Sales of books will be provided by Peerless Bookstore in Alpharetta.
About The Atlanta Writers Club
The Atlanta Writers Club is the oldest literary organization in the Southeast. The club was formed to assist and encourage upcoming writers through the promotion of creative educational activities. With over 700 members, two annual conferences, seasonal contests and monthly guest speakers, the Atlanta Writers Club is the hub of Georgia’s literary talent. The Atlanta Writers Conferences attract speakers and agents from across the country. As the club approaches its centennial anniversary, it continues to focus on advancing the presence of literary art through the Southern region.