Writing Room: Winter/Spring

Emrys Writing Room: 2015 Winter/Spring Edition!
These workshops consist of 4 sessions, 2 hours each on a week night: Fiction with Heather Marshall, Scott Gould’s Creative Non-Fiction, and Poetry with Mamie Morgan. Space is limited!

Workshop descriptions and registration here.

Gaillard Photography at Greenville Tech

Polly GaillardA great introduction to Emrys’ new Administrative Assistant, Polly Gaillard, is through her exhibition now at Greenville Tech Visual Arts Department in Greer. Her exhibition, “Polly Gaillard: Framing Family”, asks…


Celisa Steele & Scott Gould at Reading Room

In a special edition of the Reading Room, Emrys presents authors, Celisa Steele and Scott Gould. They will read from their work at Chicora Alley‘s back room on December 2nd at 7 P.M. Please come early to enjoy a meal and drinks with our growing audience of enthusiastic followers. You will be able to talk with Celisa and Scott at the end of the program and purchase copies of their books.

Emrys/Fiction Addiction Co-Sponsor Event

100 Places In FranceOn Thursday, December 4th, New York Times bestselling travel author, Marcia DeSanctis, will be discussing her new travel book, 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go (Travelers’ Tales, paperback, $19.95), at Fiction Addiction at 6:30pm. Tickets are $10 (ticket admits one to the event and may be redeemed on a purchase that day) or $21.15 (ticket admits two to the event and includes a paperback copy of 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go).

Poetry Fellowship Deadline
December 1, 2014


Ron Rash at Hub City

Ron RashDATE CHANGE: Ron Rash will be at the Hub City Bookshop WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3

Ron Rash’s family has lived in the southern Appalachian Mountains since the mid-1700’s, and it is this region that is the primary focus of his writing. Rash holds the John Parris Chair in Appalachian Studies at Western Carolina University. He is the author of 9 books, including Serena which has been optioned as a major motion picture starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.

Registration: PubSense Summit

PubSense Summit

The Writer’s Block Project

front coverThe Didn’t See It Coming Book Release Event on October 7th was an overwhelming success thanks to the hard work of Emrys president, Anna Katherine Freeland, and past president, Carol Young Gallagher. Thanks as well to a wonderful audience for its warm support…more than 150 books were sold. The event featured readings from The Writers Block, an advanced creative writing workshop at Perry Correctional Institution. The book was edited by Anna Katherine and Carol. Didn’t See It Coming, may be purchased from The Writer’s Block Project or from Fiction Addiction in Greenville and Hub City Bookstore in Spartanburg.



Evil Appeal: An Appreciation of the Murder Mystery by Owen Page 
I confess. I am a literary apostate. I am impure. I am sullied. I am unclean.[…] I’ve grown to love the murder mystery. […] I love Ian McEwan, Richard Ford and Jonathan Franzen. But I also love a ripping yarn about bloodthirsty psychopaths on a tear.

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