Here’s a little video I made of the July 19 Writers Can Read event in Huntington, WV. For information on future events, see: https://www.facebook.com/WritersCanRead
Here’s a little 30-second video I made of the June 21 Writers Can Read event in Huntington, WV. For information on future events, see: https://www.facebook.com/WritersCanRead
After a three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Writers Can Read is back, and at a new venue. It will be held this Monday, June 15, at Huntington’s Heritage Station, 210 11th Street. Hope to see you there.
WSAZ-TV ran an interview with Eliot Parker, one of Monday’s readers, today on their Studio 3 show. Amusingly enough, during the interview they ran video recorded last August of the event where I was reading from “HPD”. So, I got some free promotion from the program, too!
It was nice to see a family member other than myself on TV today. My wife made the morning edition of the local news because of her volunteer work sewing masks for our medical professionals and first responders. She’s quite a woman and I love her dearly!
As “social distancing” becomes more the norm in our society, the participants and organizers of Huntington’s Writers Can Read have canceled all upcoming events until further notice. Therefore, tomorrow’s March 16th scheduled event will NOT take place. This also means that my scheduled appearance tomorrow on WSAZ’s Studio 3 program promoting Writers Can Read is also cancelled.
I got to wave on TV today, in connection with a scheduled interview about our local Writers Can Read events. However, right as our interview was to begin and before I even said one word, the Governor preempted the show with a news conference. Luckily, WSAZ taped an interview of Carter Taylor Seaton and me for broadcast on Monday. So, all is not lost!