Where Rivers Converge: A Book Reading by Three Rivers Writers
August 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Three Rivers Writers will bring several authors who have experience reading their work to the East Side Freedom Library to have a public reading. Free and Open to All!
Daniel O’Brien holds an MA in Advanced Japanese Studies and lived in Japan for twelve years. He fostered a deep knowledge of and respect for Japanese culture, which he now channels into his Eastern Thought high-school class in Minnesota. As the founder of a local collective, Daniel leads a group of authors as they converse and share their work in order to flourish together. He also serves on the board of a meditation and study center, as well as the board of the Arts Consortium of Carver County as their literary liaison. Daniel published his first book, Star Points: Connections Old and New in 2011. Kaiho: Japanese Ghost in America is the first book in his forthcoming Japan Series, which will seek to enlighten readers about Japanese culture through the lens of an American protagonist.
Angela Hunt started writing after a brain injury limited verbal communication. A librarian and speaker, she promotes writing and public presentation to help others. Her 4 published works are: My Father in Verse, Am I Still Me?, Way Out on a Limb, and I Am Still Me!; Now, Concerning War: A Collection of Recollections with Room for Rumination is in the throes of formatting. She wishes only that the creative process would use a few more calories.
James Robert Kane is a 1968 graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Drafted, he was an infantryman in Vietnam. He has been a newspaper writer, photographer and editor. He writes fiction, from short stories to novels, has been published in several anthologies, an online magazine and has four self-published ebooks, one now in print.
April Munson enjoys creating. She has two children’s stories and has created the artwork on her most recent story.
E. Munson is author of By the Time I Got to Woodstock: Or Space Meets Thyme in the Shadow of Atlantis, a novel detailing the antics of Space Larrabee in his quest for meaning in life. Munson, an award-winning copywriter, graphic designer, guest speaker, artist, and folksinger, dances the polka to rock bands with his wife in Minnesota.
Heidi Skarie writes visionary novels filled with action, adventure and romance, featuring strong heroes and heroines. Star Rider on the Razor’s Edge is her first science fiction novel. Interrupted Honeymoon, part of an anthology of local writers, takes place between her first and second novels in the series. She also writes historical novels including Red Willow’s Quest and Annoure and the Dragon Ships.
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