Latina writer of books for kids of all ages.

exxon-mobilWhen I tell people that it’s important for authors to love their own community, I mean it. So with this mind, I have the pleasure to invite you to my next two appearances in Virginia – one at WriterHouse in Charlottesville, and the other at my local Exxon station in Richmond.

First up: WriterHouse in Charlottesville is hosting Kristen Paige Madonia (Invisible Fault Lines) and Hannah Barnaby (Some of the Parts) and me (Burn Baby Burn) on Saturday, May 14. I’ve loved Hannah and KP’s work for a while now. (You might remember that they were each selected for past lists of Girls of Summer. Here’s the flyer with all the details: WriterHouse Flyer May2016
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As for the gas station…Crazy, you say?  Not really.

hope-photoHope Whitby is a member of the Poetry Society of Virginia, a member of James River Writers – and also the service manager at Village Exxon in Richmond. (It’s the one at the corner of Three Chopt and Patterson, for those of you who live in RVA.) Sure, they’ll fill up your tank and sell you junk food for the road. But Village Exxon also hangs art by local artists in their lobby, and – with Hope’s help – they run Books in the Bay Book Club to celebrate the work of local authors. That’s where I come in. Their next read is Burn Baby Burn, which they’ll discuss on Sunday, May 15, at 3:30.

I’m a sucker for innovation. I love Hope’s idea and the fact that she’s figuring out how to make the arts part of everyday people’s lives. So, I’m attaching the flyer here [MAYBOOKCLUB] because they’re offering an open invitation to anyone who would like to sit in on the book talk. You can fill up on gas or on refreshments; it’s your call. Added bonus: You can meet their head of security, Princess, too.

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Princess

 

 

See you in Virginia!

Cariños de,

Meg

Comments on: "Filler Up: Two book talks, including one at… a gas station?" (3)

  1. I love it! I bet it was spectacular! Congrats! Love and peace, Amada Irma Perez

  2. I loved your book, Burn Baby Burn. I loved the characters and the summer of Sam in the seventies in New York city. Sergio was the best, Noooora! I loved Tripod too. My brother used to torture me to so I could relate .

    • Glad you liked it! Tripod really was a dog in Queens… he used to hop around Flushing Hospital. I never did know who owned him, if anyone. As for the brother…hmmmpf…a lot of us had siblings that were rough.

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