Writers Read Presents Sara Marchant
Reading from and discussing her novella
Let Me Go
from the Running Wild Novella Anthology
Preceded by open mic for original poetry and prose
SPECIAL DATE: Tuesday, April 17, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Fallbrook Library, 124 S Mission, Fallbrook
In Let Me Go, Sylvie Sullivan returns to her small home town in search of love, vengeance and information, but not necessarily in that order. She is looking for answers about her dead mother, her alcoholic psychiatrist father, and why, exactly, the sheriff has it in for her. Assisting her in her quest is her stepbrother/lover, her sidekick Max, and her reluctant stepmother Annie. Ultimately, though, it is Sylvie who must determine what her mother meant in her suicide note, "Let me go."
Sara Marchant received her MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from the University of California, Riverside/Palm Desert. Her work has been published by The Manifest Station, Every Writer’s Resource, Full Grown People, Brilliant Flash Fiction, The Coachella Review, Writers Resist, East Jasmine Review, and ROAR. Her nonfiction is forthcoming in the WOC anthology All the Women in My Family Sing.
Long ago and far away, she worked at The San Diego Natural History Museum in their BiNational Education Department utilizing her BA in Latin American History. In her spare time she teaches Critical Thinking and Writing at Mt. San Jacinto College to the new generation she hopes will someday save our society from its nihilistic impulses. She lives in the high desert of Southern California with her husband, two dogs, a goat, and five chickens. Sara is a founding editor of Writers Resist. Follow her on Instagram @the_sara_marchant.
Read an interview with the author here.
Running Wild Novella Anthology will be available for sale and signing.
For more information, contact K-B Gressitt at email@example.com or 760-522-1064.