Join the library's Writers' Group for an hour-long Q&A with author and writing teacher, Mary Carroll Moore. Mary is the author of Your Book Starts Here, the workbook that the group is working through this year. Please email Yvette at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and for the Zoom link.
Mary Carroll Moore spent all her growing-up summers on an Adirondack lake and won her first art contest at age twelve. She ran a cooking school and wrote cookbooks (under the name Mary Harrison Carroll) and a syndicated food column for the first ten years of her writing career. Now she teaches creative writing at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, The Hudson Valley Writers' Center near New York City, and several other writing schools in the U.S. Over 300 of her columns, essays, short stories, articles, and poetry have appeared in literary journals, magazines, and newspapers around the U.S. and have won awards with the McKnight Awards for Creative Prose, Glimmer Train Press, the Loft Mentor Series, and other writing competitions. Interviewed by the New York Times for her multi-discipline artistic focus, she is also a painter and recording artist. She lives with her family in New England. Visit Mary's webpage for information about her book, artwork, classes and more!