My Georgia Review sponsored reading at the Globe in Athens was a transcendent experience for me–I was inspired (and tipsy) enough to attempt character voice impersonations, a first for me. The lighting was perfect, the crowd buzzed, the fiction writer fortified with a ginormous wheat beer. I’m forever grateful to Stephen Corey, David Ingle, and the rest of the crew at The Georgia Review. Janet Geddis of Avid Bookshop made the event extra special. And Barbette Houser from the Flagpole wrote a vivid summary of the event.
Read “Author Julia Elliott Intrigues at the Globe” from the Flagpole.