Novelists, poets, and conservation combine for this celebration of the written word in the natural world. Wisdom House Books is teaming up with Triangle Land Conservancy to bring some of their best new material into the forest for Woods and Words, a new TLC series.
Chapel Hill author Adam W. Jones will read from his new novel Fate Ball. Adam has had children’s and travel stories published in a variety of local and regional magazines throughout the years, but this is his first novel. Early versions of Fate Ball sat on the shelf collecting dust for years until recently, when he became determined to finish it.
Tori Reynolds is a poet who lives in Durham, NC. She serves on the board of the North Carolina Poetry Society and has recently had poems published in such anthologies as 27 Views of Durham and Jacar Press’s What Matters. She was a finalist in the Independent Weekly’s 2013 poetry contest, and one of her poems was chosen as a finalist in this year’s James Applewhite Prize for the North Carolina Literary Review. Her poems have been published in such journals the Southwest Review, South Carolina Review, Chautauqua Literary Review, and others.
Bring chairs or a blanket and join us in the forest for Woods and Words.