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During Stories from the Shadows: Writing What Haunts Us, the last literary salon of 2016, we will be serenaded by stories of Richmond’s dark past. Then, spooky writer extraordinaire, Julie Geen, will guide participants through prompts to write our own tales. Exercises are designed to tickle your genre of choice (we use the term “stories” loosely), and to push the borders of your comfort zone. Select participants will be invited to share their writings at the 2017 Poe Birthday Bash celebration in January.

Exorcise your macabre side on Thursday, October 20, from 7-9 PM at Patrick Henry Pub & Grille (in the upstairs salon, of course!), 2300 E. Broad St., RVA 23223.

SPEAKER

Julie Geen writes for Richmond’s Style Weekly and had two columns in belle magazine, before she went to the print media graveyard. One of them won a Virginia Press Award and she got to eat chicken at a banquet. She has an essay in the anthology “Ask Me About My Divorce”, although she did not get a divorce. Julie is also published in the anthology “Tarnished:True Stories of Innocence Lost.” Her zombie short story titled “Damn Whore Shoes” is in “Richmond Macabre Volume II.”  Divorce, lost innocence and zombies.

Date and time

Thursday, October 20, 2016
7:00 to 9:00 pm

Location

Patrick Henry Pub & Grille
2300 E Broad St, Richmond, Virginia 23223
Admission is free.

About Literary Salons

James River Writers and The Poe Museum present

A new place to find inspiration this year

We’re bringing back the grand tradition of the literary salon, an intimate setting to meet & fraternize with local authors and artists, as they in turn guide you in your own writing practice. Whatever your genre, this is a great way to connect, to learn, and to philosophize.

Salons are organized by topic and are held on the second Thursday of every other month, February, April, June, August, and October. There is no cover charge for these events. We welcome writerly types of all experience levels and readers, thinkers, and artists of every sort. Be sure to bring your favorite writing implements.

For more information, visit Literary Salons.

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