Heads up!  Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4, Write by the Rails members will be taking part in a myriad of local activities.  Join us in readings, signings, discussion and art appreciation!
May 3
6-9:30 pm
  • Members will be reading in Authors Alley during the Manassas Gallery Walk (on the terrace behind The Things I Love, 9084-9086 Center Street). Stroll around Old Town Manassas, check out local art, do some shopping, and then listen to readings by your fellow railers. 
7 pm
  • Rodney Jordan, author of Tired of Being Black, will be reading and signing his book at Prospero’s Books (9129 Center St.) during the Gallery Walk. 
7 pm and beyond
  • Take part in Open Mic Night at Deja Brew (5311 Merchants View Square, Haymarket).  Share your best short fiction, poetry, shopping lists or political rants. The mic opens at 7:00, and we’ll stay up as late as we must to get everyone a shot at airing out their scribbles. Oh, and these days, Deja Brew serves wine and beer to accompany all your favorite desserts and high-test coffees. Hosted by Piedmont Writers.
May 4
noon-2 pm
  • Member Katherine Gotthardt will sign her newly released (traditional text) book, Weaker Than Water, as well as her older books, including Poems from the Battlefield, in front of Prospero’s Books (9129 Center St. Manassas).
2-4 pm
                                               
  • Bull Run Regional Library will hold a Local Author Fair at Bull Run Regional Library (8051 Ashton Avenue in Manassas).  Chat with and purchase books from
Philippa Ballantine
Tom Basham
Carole Bellacera
Paul Berger
Carol Covin
Magdaline Desousa
Stephen Dittmer
Christyna Hunter
Edward R. Janusz
Margaret P. Johnston
Marvin Josaitis
June Pair Kilpatrick
Elanor Kindred
Ellen H. Korin
Claire Machosky
Tee Morris
Peter Ochs
Genilee Swope Parente
Lindsey Poppe
Laurel Porterfield
Ron Rauss
Tamela J. Ritter
Robert Rudney
Stuart Schadt
Robert Scott
Maria D. Stewart
F. Sharon Swope
April Wensinger
Gail Williams
Iris Williams
JD Winston


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