Grief and Relief: The Soulful Aging Tour In-Person
Join us for an author talk by local authors, Katherine Chantal and Colleen Redman. They will be doing readings from their newest books, Katherine's Poetic Memoir of a Nascent Senescent...Poems from My Sixties, and Colleen's Objects Are Closer Than They Appear share a resonance of ideas and reflections. Their work evokes a soulful depth that compliments one another as they journey forward together.
- Sunday, February 6, 2022
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Floyd Community Room
- Jessie Peterman Memorial Library
Katherine has three published books: A Tea Poet’s Journey, 2011, The Seven Gateways to Kindness, 2019, and Poetic Memoir of a Nascent Senescent….Poems from My Sixties, 2020. Over the past decades her work has been in The Floyd County Moonshine, as well as, Clinch Mountain Review. She has a book of Haikus in the making. Colleen is a Floyd County, Virginia blogger (looseleafnotes.com) who writes and photographs for The Floyd Press newspaper. Her poetry has most recently been published in Artemis Journal, Floyd County Moonshine and Poetica Review. In 2017 her poetry collection Packing a Suitcase for the Afterlife, was published by Finishing Line Press. Her 2003 book The Jim and Dan Stories – a memoir about the deaths of her two brothers – was used as curriculum in a Radford University grief and loss class for counselors before it went out of print.