Third Thursday Voices at Larksong - September 2023
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Guest writers and musicians read and perform each Third Thursday, with new guests each month, including writers and musicians.
For September’s Third Thursday Reading, Larksong welcomes two writing partners.
Tricia Currans-Sheehan was founding editor of The Briar Cliff Review. She has published in Big Muddy, Connecticut Review, Crab Orchard Review, VQR, Fiction, Portland Review, Calyx, South Dakota Review and other journals. Her collection of stories, The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors, won The Headwaters Literary Competition, sponsored by New Rivers Press. The River Road: A Novel in Stories, was an Honorable Mention for the Nashville Prize. Recently, she published a YA trilogy (Scaled, Outside In and Tongues of Light) with writing partner Jeanne Emmons, under the pen name of J.T. Ashmore.
Jeanne Emmons’ collections of poetry include: The Red Canoe (Finishing Line Press); The Glove of the World (winner of the Backwaters Press Reader's Choice Award); Baseball Nights and DDT (Pecan Grove Press); and Rootbound (winner of the New Rivers Press Minnesota Voices Award). Her poems have appeared in many literary journals and have won the Comstock poetry prize, the South Coast Review Poetry Award, the James Hearst Poetry Award, and the Sow's Ear poetry award. She and writing partner Tricia Currans-Sheehan have published the young adult “Deep Skin Series” under the pseudonym J.T. Ashmore.
There is no charge for this in-house event.
Featured Writers Include:
Tricia Currans-Sheehan and Jeanne Emmons
1600 N. Cotner Blvd.
Nebraska, United States
1600 N. Cotner Blvd.
Larksong Writers Place
Larksong Writers Place is a literary non-profit organization providing writing workshops and classes (on-line and in person), co-working space, consulting, readings, book launch events, writing retreats and community events. Our team includes award-winning authors and experienced teachers.We are a growing group of writers and teachers dedicated to inspiring people to create a better world through prose, poetry, and storytelling. Based in Lincoln, NE. On-line everywhere.