SOCIETY DIGEST: Christian fiction books to be signed
Christian fiction books to be signed
Christian fiction author Suzanne Woods Fisher will be at Lion and Lamb Christian Resources stores Tuesday to sign her newest book, “The Search” and her other books.
She will be at the Salem store from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. and at the Eastwood Mall store from 6 to 8 p.m. The events are free and open to the public.
The author has a strong connection with the Amish, and has based many of her fiction works on the Amish and their beliefs. The writer is also the host of a weekly Internet radio show.
For more information, call Michelle Bails at the Eastwood Mall store, 330-505-1319.
Pig Iron Press changes day for workshop
Pig Iron Literary and Art Works Inc., 26 N. Phelps St., has changed the day for monthly work-in-process creative writing workshops from the fourth Wednesday of each month to the fourth Thursday of each month.
Meetings will be from 7 to 9 p.m., and the facilitator will be Jim Villani, founding editor and publisher of Pig Iron Press. He has taught writing at the college level since 1981 and is a professor of English at Walsh University in North Canton.
The work-in-process workshop was established in 1995, and meetings are informal and casual. Participants share a few pages of work they have accomplished during the preceding month. Their work is constructively discussed and reviewed. The class is not genre-specific, and fiction, poetry and articles may be offered for discussion.
Enrollment is open to any adult or student. There is a $3 donation for each session; the annual subscription is $25. No reservations are required.
Parking for the evening sessions is generally available on Phelps Street and free at a nearby lot. For additional information, call 330-747-6932 and ask for the workshop.
Vindicator staff reports