Author to speak at Greenville Public Library


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J.E. Irvin


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GREENVILLE — Come and explore the non-traditional avenues of publishing with a writer who has traveled the path! J. E. Irvin, award-winning author of The Dark End of the Rainbow, will offer inspiration and reassurance by sharing her struggles and experiences in seeking publication on Thursday, June 29, at 6 p.m. at the Greenville Public Library. This is a free class but seating is limited. Tickets are available at the Reference Desk.

Many patrons know Jan from last January’s Author’s Night. A career educator on the high school and university levels, Jan retired in 2008, saying, “Writing is my job now.” She is hard at work on her next book and also has served as a long-time volunteer for the Antioch Writers’ Workshop. Her stories have appeared in both print and online journals and magazines including Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Spark, a creative anthology.

Learn more about Jan’s novels and writing career at www.janetirvin.wordpress.com.

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