I'm thrilled to share the news that I've been awarded a fellowship for the Bloodroot Mountain Writer-in-Residence Program.
The residency will allow me to spend a week in a quiet writing space amidst 17 acres of forest farm in Tennessee. Sometime this spring or summer I'll be writing and meditating in a converted timber frame barn.
Bloodroot Mountain is a project of New York Times bestselling author Amy Greene and her husband, poet and writer Trent Thompson. I'm grateful to them for the opportunity to think and write in such a beautiful setting.
Thank you, Dominique Traverse Locke, for inviting me to speak to Castlewood High School students. They were attentive and curious and fun. I really enjoyed it! I also enjoyed the works of the other authors, Willie Dalton and Rebecca Elswick.
I'll be reading at Sugar Hill Brewing Company Sunday, September 10, at 4:00 p.m. I'd love to see you there!
August 9 is National Book Lover's Day. Celebrate by supporting your local authors!
I'm happy to announce that I've been asked to be the official writer in residence for Sugar Hill Brewing Company.
We'll be announcing some literary events in the coming months.
Click here to visit the Sugar Hill website.
Click HERE to book Neva to read, speak, or lead a workshop at your next event.
I enjoyed speaking at the Coffee Night event sponsored by UVa-Wise's literary journal Jimson Weed. My poem "Persistence" appears in this edition.
Here's a link to an article about the event: http://www.highlandcavalier.com/2017/04/16/coffee-night-at-uva-wise/
I'm pleased to announce that I will be one of the featured authors at Coffee Night to celebrate its latest edition of Jimson Weed. This event takes place at The University of Virginia's College at Wise on April 11.
Copyright © 2018 Neva Bryan - All Rights Reserved.Contents of this site including text and media may not be reproduced without prior written consent.