The Pulaski Technical College Division of Fine Arts & Humanities and the PTC Libraries Committee will present An Evening of Arkansas Authors, a unique two-in-one family literary event on Tuesday, Sept 30. The event will feature readings and a panel discussion with local authors Kevin Brockmeier, Hope Coulter and Trenton Lee Stewart. Concurrently, author Paula Martin Morell will conduct a creative writing workshop for youth ages 10 to 18.
Students, faculty and staff can help support Banned Books Week by purchasing a Banned Books Week t-shirt for $12 or $15 for larger sizes. T-shirts are available in heather red or black. Proceeds will fund prizes for National Library Week contests. To see the t-shirt design, click here. To purchase, complete the order form by clicking here and sending it with your payment to the Ottenheimer Library or the Little Rock-South Library by Tuesday, September 16th by 12 p.m. T-shirts will be delivered on Friday, September 26, 2008, and distributed by faculty representatives from the library committee or at the Circulation Desk in Ottenheimer Library or Little Rock-South Library.
Pulaski Technical College Presents An Evening of Arkansas Authors
Tuesday, September 30th 6:30-8 p.m. R.J. Wills Lecture Hall
Readings and discussion
Trenton Lee Stewart, author of The Mysterious Benedict Society
Kevin Brockmeier, author of Grooves: A Kind of Mystery
Hope Coulter, author of Dry Bones
Come hear these Arkansas authors read from their works and join in the lively panel discussion to follow!
Creative writing workshop 6:30-8 p.m., Campus Center Grand Hall
Paula Martin Morrell, author of Broken Water, a collection of short stories, will lead a creative writing workshop for young adults.
Encourage your teens to participate and learn to express themselves through the written word.