Hosted by novelist, and writing teacher, JOHN HOUGH Jr., who will also read from his latest work in progress.
John's students from two ongoing writer's groups showcase work from novels in progress. The writers meet weekly, and have all persevered through rigorous editing and group criticism.
John Hough Jr., is the author of five novels and is a respected teacher of writing, known for penning masterful dialogue.
He is a graduate of Haverford College, a former VISTA volunteer, speech writer for Senator Charles Mathias of Maryland, and assistant to James Reston at the Washington Bureau of the New York Times. His grandfather and his father edited the Falmouth Enterprise and his great-uncle was for many years the editor of the Vineyard Gazette. Hough's novels include, "Little Bighorn", "Seen the Glory: A Novel of the Battle of Gettysburg," winner of the American Library Association's 2010 W. Y. Boyd Award, and three works of nonfiction.
John Hough, Jr. grew up in Falmouth, Massachusetts and now lives on Martha’s Vineyard.
TUESDAY, MARCH 22nd, 2016
From 6:30 to 9:00PM / Readings Start at 7:00PM
Free Admission / Light Refreshments
All writers, poets and community welcome to relax, and enjoy the readings.
If time allows after the scheduled readings, the floor will be open to other writers who wish to read.
See You There!!