Lunchtime Library Event with Tennessee storyteller Niles Reddick

NOV 3 at 12:00 author Niles Reddick to speak at the Program Center of the JMC Main Library in Jackson. Coffee from about 11:30.Open to the public.

JACKSON, Tenn. - Nov. 1, 2016 - s4story -- Mark your calendars! NOV 3 Lunchtime library event with storyteller and author Niles Reddick

Niles Reddick wears many hats. Storyteller, author, Vice Provost at the U of M Lambuth.

This Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 12:00 p.m, he will speak and tell stories about his new novel, Drifting Too Far From the Shore, at the Program Center of the JMC Main Library, in Jackson.

Come early to visit or bring your lunch and the Friends of the Library will provide coffee and dessert. Coffee should be ready at about 11:30 and the program begins at noon. It should be a fun and interesting event for all.

WHERE : Program Center of the JMC Main Library, 433 E. Lafayette St. Jackson

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About the author:  Niles Reddick's work has appeared in anthologies: Southern Voices in Every Direction (Iris Press), Unusual Circumstances (Pocol Press), Getting Old (KY Story), and Happy Holidays (Kind of Hurricane Press) and his books Road Kill Art and Other Oddities and Lead Me Home have been nominated for numerous awards. His short stories have been published in The Arkansas Review: a Journal of Delta Studies, Southern Reader, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, The Pomanok Review, Corner Club Press, Slice of Life, Deep South Magazine, Spelk, Faircloth Review, New Southerner, Sonder Literary Magazine, The Harpoon Review, and many others. He works for the University of Memphis, Lambuth, in Jackson, Tennessee.

For more information  see https://www.facebook.com/SummertimePublications/posts/1236414126432858:0

Lea Handell

Source: Summertime Publications
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