Wednesday, March 28, is the deadline to apply for the second installment of Foothills Voices Research and Writing Project.
The 9-month course, taught by professional authors and librarians, takes amateur writers through the steps necessary to research, write, and publish a piece of creative non-fiction based on true stories of Southern Appalachia. More information is online at the Library’s Facebook page. Details and Application form are available at the Library’s website.
The class meets 6-8 p.m. on eleven Thursday evenings between mid-April and mid-December.
The course fee is $100, due upon acceptance. Further information is available at Information Services(Reference) or call 865-982-0981, ext. 4 or 865-273-1428.
The first Foothills Voices project published Foothills Voices: Echoes of Southern Appalachia, available from Amazon.com. Copies are also available locally at the Library’s Bookmark Café, Southland Books, The Village Tinker gift shop, and BCFOL’s quarterly Used Book Sales.