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“Scribes of the Shore” returns to Oxford on November 20
"SCRIBES OF THE SHORE"
November 20, 2011
“Scribes of the Shore” returns to Oxford on November 20, with a focus on local authors and/or local subjects. This unique opportunity to meet several of the region’s established as well as emerging authors will be held at the beautifully restored St. Paul’s Church on South Morris Street in Oxford. Founded in 2003, the event was inspired by local author Bill Shepard, a former career diplomat who served as Consul General in Bordeaux.
Each “Scribes” event showcases a new group of authors, assembled in appreciation of their work and to demonstrate the rich literary output of the region. This year’s panel features the following authors:
Susan Elnicki Wade
Each author will speak, answer questions, sign books and be honored at a reception following the program. Presented under the joint sponsorship of the Oxford Community Center, the Oxford Library, and Mystery Loves Company bookstore in Oxford. The event is free and open to the public.
Kathy Harig of Mystery Loves Company will moderate the panel of authors. For more information, please contact the Oxford Community Center at 410-226-5904.