Alumni Writers’ Revival set for Thursday
Laurinburg, N.C. – A special Alumni Writers’ Revival will be featured at the Writers’ Forum beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday in Orange Main Lounge.
“At the suggestion of alumna Chris Womble Greene, we invited our alumni to return for a Thursday night reading,” said Ted Wojtasik, faculty advisor for the Forum. “We’ve confirmed five readers for this special event.”
The confirmed readers are Nada Ann Lawrimore, Beth Copeland, Skip Anderson, Chris McDonald and E. Waverly Land.
Melissa Hopkins, director of communications and a 2000 St. Andrews graduate, will serve as guest host for the reading.
Free and open to the public, the St. Andrews Writers’ Forum has been running continuously for 43 years.
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