2/13/2012 8:11:00 AM Sedona Writing Salon reads at Bent River Books Feb. 18
The Sedona Writing Salon has found a new home and meets on a new day and time. Surviving in its current configuration for over five years, the Sedona Writing Salon is still surviving with membership thriving. celebrating, producing, and performing literature. The group of writers and poets now meets the first and third Tuesday of every month in the quiet study room of the Sedona Library from 4- 6 pm. Meetings consist of discussing literature, local calendar of events, and sharing each others works. New members are always welcome.
The Sedona Writing Salon is celebrating their recent book release "Flying Javalinas." Edited by Rose Moon and Gary Every, "Flying Javalinas" holds 26 Verde Valley authors ranging from award-winning journalists, former script supervisors for television shows, blues musicians, documentary directors, an Arizona Senior poet laureate and a few salon members for whom this was their first publication. The book is dedicated to the memory of Rochelle Brenner who served as Arizona Senior Poet Laureate and mentored many Sedona poets during her life.
The ages of the published poets ranges from 15 to the mid-70s and include such local Verde Valley authors as Christopher Lane, Christopher Fox Graham, Bill Ward, Jen Valencia, Trevor Tully, Terri Marie, Danielle Silver, Shirley Norris and more.
On Saturday, Feb. 18, at 1:30, members of the Sedona writing salon will be reading from "Flying Javalinas" and more at Bent River Books and Music in Old Town Cottonwood. Lance Garrett will be reading from his short story as well as playing blues guitar. Other readers will include Christopher Fox Graham, Rose Moon, Linda Stone, Bert Cisneros, David Vincent Mills, Gary Every and more.
So join the members of the writing salon as they celebrate the release of their new book at Bent River Books and Music or join them for a regular meeting on the first or third Tuesday of every month at the Sedona Public Library from 4-6 p.m.