Writers on Writing Presents Local Writers – Kim Suhr and Kathie Giorgio
Local authors, Kim Suhr and Kathie Giorgio, will be visiting campus on Monday, November 11 at 6:30 p.m. to read from their latest works and discuss the writing process.
The event is free and open to the public and will be held in the Caroline Hall student lounge. Light refreshments will be served, and their books will be for sale before and after the event.
Kim Suhr is the author of Nothing to Lose (Cornerstone Press, 2018), Maybe I’ll Learn: Snapshots of a Novice Mom (KDP, 2012) and co-author of the as-told-to memoir, Ramon: An Immigrant’s Journey (KDP, 2018).holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in fiction from the Solstice Program at Pine Manor College where she was the Dennis Lehane Fellow. Her writing has appeared in numerous literary journals and magazines, including Rosebud, Midwest Review and Grey Sparrow Press. Suhr is the Director of Red Oak Writing; where she leads Writers’ Roundtable critique groups, provides manuscript critiques and coaching, and leads the summer Creative Writing Camps for youth.
Kathie Giorgio is the author of five novels, If You Tame Me (2019), The Home For Wayward Clocks (2011), Learning To Tell (A Life) Time (2013), Rise From The River (2015), and In Grace’s Time (2017), two story collections, a collection of essays, and two poetry chapbooks. She has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, the Write Well Award, the Million Writer Award, and for the Best of the Net Anthology. Giorgio is the director and founder of All Writers’ Workplace and Workshop.
Writers on Writing, an event hosted by the English department at Mount Mary University, brings authors to campus to talk about their successful work, challenges they overcame, and the craft they love. Future events can be found at mtmary.edu/wow.
For more information, contact Laura Otto at email@example.com or 414-930-3379.
Additional information about English degrees offered at Mount Mary can be found at mtmary.edu/english.
Kim Suhr's photo credit: Suvi Tory