On Sunday, March 18 at 7 pm, Waterline Writers will feature authors Linda Heuring, Kate Johnson, Matthew Meade, Phil Rice and Ray Ziemer.
In her exceptional collection of stories, A Woman Walked Into The Bar, Linda Heuring’s beleaguered protagonist gets total revenge on his boss by spilling just one tiny drop of blood.
We’ll admit that Kate Johnson’s story had us at “She woke in a tiny bed shaped like a race car … evidently she had slept with the wrong Ruby,” the first line from her humorous murder-mystery, Skip Tracer, Heart Breaker.
Matthew Meade’s A Unified Conspiracy Theory begins with “I didn’t care about much that summer. Even the break-in didn’t bother me,” then it takes us into extra-terrestrial territory that will bother us.
In Winter Sun: A Memoir of Love and Hospice, Phil Rice writes of great love and great loss, bringing a rare clarity of vision to the loss, and choosing to dwell in the beauty of the love.
Ray Ziemer offers us poetic tastings of two wines, Desire … “(its) cranberry blood redolent with … late-hour coffee, indulgent chocolate, wild raspberry of untamed lands” and Grief … “Pair this wine with bitter herbs and salt.”
Admission is $5/$3 students. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase signed copies of authors’ books, wine or beer ($5), a hand-tooled pen from Wooden Writers or a hand-constructed book from Tieri Ton. We also offer food from The Market at Gaetano’s and desserts from Limestone Coffee & Tea!
Everyone is welcome! Writers may bring a 5-minute piece to share at our 8:30 Open Mic or follow the Submission Guidelines to be considered as a future featured writer. Note the deadline for our call for submissions for May’s Let The Blues Be Your Muse is March 30th.