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An Evening with Kathryn Purcell

Pat Conroy Literary Center 601 Bladen Street, Beaufort, SC

On Tuesday, January 25, at 6:00 p.m., the Pat Conroy Literary Center will host an evening with memoirist Kathryn Purcell, author of There's Something Wrong with Us: A Daughter's Story of Mental Illness, Loss and Healing.

Free

Book Signing for Wild Island Nature, with Author Carol Corbin

Pat Conroy Literary Center 601 Bladen Street, Beaufort, SC

The Friends of Hunting Island, in partnership with the Pat Conroy Literary Center, will host a drop-in book signing for the newly published coffee table book, Wild Island Nature: Hunting Island State Park and Saint Phillips Island, with author Carol Corbin on Saturday, February 5, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Conroy Center (601 Bladen St., Beaufort).

Free

Workshop: Chunk, Sneak, Bribe with Estelle Ford-Williamson

Online - ZOOM

"Chunk, Sneak, Bribe (a little)" guides you through the challenges of undertaking a long journey of writing. A two-hour hybrid interactive workshop for those working on a memoir or other long writing project.

$45

Workshop: Authenticity through Research with Marjorie Lewis

Online - ZOOM

Authenticity through Research for the Historical Fiction Writer is an interactive Socratic class exploring the use of research when writing historical fiction; open to writers at all levels of experience.

$45

6th Annual March Forth: Author Discussions

Technical College of the Lowcountry - Building 12 Auditorium 104 Reynolds Street, Bldg 12, Beaufort, SC

6th Annual March Forth: FREE author discussions, hosted by DAYLO, with books available for sale and signing through NeverMore Books, featuring: Rebecca Hall, author of the graphic novel Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts and Len Lawson and Gary Jackson, poets and co-editors of The Future of Black: Afrofuturism, Black Comics, and Superhero Poetry

Free

6th Annual March Forth: Paper Bag Princess Day

Oyster Factory Park 63 Wharf St., Bluffton

6th Annual March Forth: FREE kid-friendly readings and craft projects inspired by The Paper Bag Princess, written by Robert Munch and illustrated by Michael Martchenko, featuring staff from Bluffton's children's bookstore the Storybook Shoppe and local volunteers.

Free

6th Annual March Forth: Nature Walk & Author Discussions

Penn Center 16 Penn Center Circle East, St. Helena Island, SC

6th Annual March Forth: Ticketed nature walk of Penn Center grounds led by naturalists J. Drew Lanham and Janisse Ray, catered box lunch by Debbie Covington, and afternoon author panel discussions

$10 – $30

Lowcountry Literary and Leisure Getaway 2022 Boil Dinner

Celadon Clubhouse 61 Celadon Drive, Beaufort, SC

Lowcountry Boil Dinner, with a special presentation by the Conroy Center executive director Jonathan Haupt and Beaufort High School interns Holland Perryman, Alisha Arora, and Millie Bennett

$55

Pat Conroy Literary Center Ribbon-Cutting Reception

Pat Conroy Literary Center 601 Bladen Street, Beaufort, SC

A ribbon-cutting and dedication of the Pat Conroy Literary Center will be held at 601 Bladen Street in Beaufort, SC on Saturday, March 19, at 5 pm. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served; registration is requested.

Free

An Evening with Robert Gwaltney in Conversation with Bren McClain

NeverMore Books 910 Port Republic St, Beaufort, SC

NeverMore Books and the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center will host an evening with debut novelist Robert Gwaltney, author of The Cicada Tree--in conversation with fellow southern novelist Bren McClain, award-winning author of One Good Mama Bone.

Free
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