Local Author Rose Gordy to Read at the Kitzmiller Library
Local author Rose Gordy will read from her work and sell and sign books at the Kitzmiller Library on Wednesday, September 18 from 5 - 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Copies of the author’s books will be available for purchase.
Gordy has written four books—The Ladies Baltimore: Mothers and Daughters Alone and Together, Into the Green Unknown, Unsettled Lives, and Stairs to the Attic: A Collection of Poetry.
This latest collection contains poems such as The Catch-22 of Human Existence, And the Lake Flows On, and The Corridors of Myself. They all inherently address life's vexing questions of love and loss and learning. “Throughout the dramatic changes in my life,” notes Gordy, “I have discovered that the elusive truths we all instinctively search for somehow manage to manifest in our lives when we need them most.”
Gordy also is a national and state workshop facilitator, speech coach, veteran secondary English teacher, dream counselor, and published poet, essayist and short story writer. She earned a Master’s Degree in English and French from the University of Notre Dame and has been writing and teaching for most of her life. More information about the author and her work is available at www.rosewords.com.
For questions about the event, contact Diane at 301-453-3368, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.