Continuing our series of faculty readings from this summer's Antioch Writers' Workshop, Rebecca Morean is a novelist (sometimes writing under the name Abbey Pen Baker), short story writer, essayist and an assistance professor of English at Sinclair Community College. Here she reads from a recently completed novel.
Michael Williamson is a staff photographer for The Washington Post. Thirty years ago he was working for the Sacramento Bee when he began a project with a reporter named Dale Maharidge. Together they published a book called "Journey to Nowhere:the Saga of the New Underclass."
Three decades and a half a million miles later their collaboration continues. Their latest effort, "Someplace Like America: Tales from the New Great Depression" continues the story they first began to cover so many years ago.
Most dogs are joyful creatures. Do you believe that dogs enhance our lives? Julie Klam thinks so. The deep bond she forged with a Boston terrier named Otto was a transformative experience for the author.
Colin Cotterill doesn't like to leave home. You can't blame him, Cotterill lives on the beach in a remote village in Thailand. Cotterill is best known for a mystery series which is set in the 1970's in Laos. The main character, Dr. Siri is a septuagenarian and the first and only coroner in Laos.
Continuing with our series of faculty readings from the 2011 Antioch Writers' Workshop, Reasons to be Happy is the latest novel by local author Katrina Kittle. It was released earlier in October, but this summer Kittle gave a special preview to the attendees at the 2011 Antioch Writers Workshop during the evening readings from workshop faculty members.