In this class, Linda Lovely, author of eight contemporary mysteries and one historical suspense novel, will discuss a variety of research topics and resources.
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In this free, public presentation, explore Conroy’s spiritual and humanistic faith as reflected in his turbulent life and bestselling books—from his Roman Catholic upbringing to The Citadel’s honor code to themes of spirituality in his writings to his life of service as a mentor to his fellow writers to his connections to his “second church,” First Presbyterian Church of Beaufort.
Join us online on Zoom for a guided tour of the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center in Beaufort, S.C., led by executive director Jonathan Haupt. This virtual tour will is presented in partnership with the Southeastern Writers Association and will offer insights and inspirations from the arc of Pat Conroy's storied life as an author and as a lifelong mentor to his fellow writers.
This workshop will create safe space and participants will be guided into the spaciousness of their imagination, encouraging writing from the soul. Through the use of questions, stories, images, word play & drawings/doodles we will write lists, topics, poems of all styles, titles, essays – or at least begin them.
The Pat Conroy Literary Center and the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network proudly present executive director Jonathan Haupt in conversation with award-winning poets Elizabeth Robin and Ann-Chadwell Humphries. Both writers will be presenting and teaching at the 6th annual Pat Conroy Literary Festival on November 6.
Join us online on Zoom for a guided tour of the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center in Beaufort, S.C., led by executive director Jonathan Haupt. Presented in partnership with the Friends of South Carolina Libraries (FOSCL), this National Friends of the Library Week special program will include stories of Pat Conroy’s formative relationships with public and academic libraries, and his own personal library, told within the context of a tour of the new Conroy Center’s galleries and exhibits.