PechaKucha 12 at the Richmond Public Library

On October 1st, I participated in PechaKucha Night at the Richmond Public Library. A PechaKucha is a talk that is 20 slides that you can talk to for 20 seconds.

The 12th volume of PechaKucha, entitled “Words Words Words,” took place on Thursday, October 1, 2015 and was hosted by the Richmond Public Library (Brighouse main branch). Words Words Words uncovered the influence words have on readers, writers, and communities. Volume 12 featured creative and professional practitioners in journalism, communications, literature, poetry and art.

Spring Book Hatching 2007!

The Spring Book Hatching was a resounding success! With anywhere from 300-500 people (depending on who you ask), we kept a packed house of revolving (meaning not the same all day) people who came out to meet their local authors.

A big thanks goes out to the Spring Book Hatching planning committee, namely kc dyer, Diane Haynes, Melonie Jackson, Jaquie Pearce and Lee Edward Fodi. I also feel the need to thank Pam Withers for suggesting this idea to me during her 2005/2006 Presidential term over CWILL.

For those of you who couldn’t make it, here are some photos.