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Writers Can Read – May
May 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
This month’s Writers Can Read series will feature the local authors Timothy Huguenin and Jeffrey Mangus. The event is free and open to the public and will take place on Monday, May 16 at 7 P.M. in Heritage Station at 210 11th Street in downtown Huntington.
Timothy G. Huguenin is a hillbilly writer of the strange and spooky, hailing from the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. His current books include When the Watcher Shakes, which won the 2021 Indie Author Project regional award for West Virginia, Little One, and Unknowing, I Sink.
Jeffrey Allen Mangus is president of LIMB LOSS LIFE LLC and the CEO of Ghostwriting USA. He has survived three life-threatening heart attacks, quintuple heart bypass, five amputations, and sepsis. Mangus now speaks to other amputees across the world as a Certified Peer Visitor (CPV) through the Amputee Coalition of America. His book, AMPossible offers real world solutions for amputees to accomplish the impossible. He lives in Hurricane, WV.
The “Writers Can Read” open mic night reading series takes place on the third Monday of each month (all year) from 7:00-8:30 in Heritage Station at 210 11th Street in downtown Huntington, West Virginia. The event features two award-winning, published authors that serve as “featured readers” to begin the event each month. Previous featured readers have included: Marc Harshman, Denise Giardina, Crystal Wilkinson, Jonathan Corcoran, Doug Van Gundy, Robert Gipe, Nick White, and others. Afterwards, the mic is open to anyone in the audience that would like to share a creative work.
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