The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center and the award-winning Rhett House Inn will host a monthly book club discussion of Pat Conroy's dozen books in order of publication, moderated by Charlene Spearen and Jonathan Haupt.
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The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Literary Center will host an afternoon with New York Times bestselling novelist Beatriz Williams, author of The Beach at Summerly, on Sunday, July 9, at 2:00 p.m. Free and open to the public, this event will be held at the Conroy Center (601 Bladen St., Beaufort).
In this class, we’ll work on engaging with a character’s thoughts and feelings in ways that move beyond these cliches, using specificity and deepening character. This will be a generative workshop. Using your own characters and their harrowing situations, we’ll look at, discuss and practice Rebecca Makkai’s four techniques to writing interiority: Action, Thought, Specific Physical Interiority and Tangential Thought.
This highly interactive virtual session will feature Natasha Akery's new book of haiku, in [the name], and other haiku. Akery has published her work on social media for years, and also uses haiku in her classrooms as a teaching tool. Aided by fellow poet Miho Kinnas, Akery will discuss various topics on haiku and welcome questions from the audience.
As part of their Tuesday Talks series, the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center, in partnership with the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center, will host an afternoon lecture by Patrick Dean, author of the recently published book Nature's Messenger: Mark Catesby and His Adventures in a New World.
The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center and NeverMore Books will host an evening with novelist Susan Beckham Zurenda, author of The Girl from the Red Rose Motel, on September 19, at 5:00 p.m. Zurenda will be joined in conversation by bestselling author Cassandra King, author of Tell Me a Story: My Life with Pat Conroy.