Join us for Folk & Fiction Columbus this Sunday, 01/25, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Java Central Coffee House- 20 S State St, Westerville, Ohio 43081. Our third Folk & Fiction in Columbus brings together talented artists from across the state.
Two authors from our latest anthology, For the Road, will read their short stories of America’s highways. Musical acts will include local musicians Victoria Parks and Jamie Sagle. This event is free and open to the public. You do NOT need to be a CCC member to attend.
Noell Wolfgram Evans will be reading his short story “Going South.” Noell has written a number of fiction and non-fiction pieces including the books We Are Not All Winners and Animators of Film and Television. As a playwright, his work has been produced across the country–from a theatre stage in New York City to an elevator in Kentucky. A two-time winner of the Thurber Treat Award for Humor Writing, he’s also written for the award winning short films “There Will Be Blocks” and “Faceless.” He is currently working on a better version of this bio.
Emily Hitchcock will be reading her short story “Billy White’s Dog.” Emily is the Deputy Director of Columbus Creative Cooperative, which is a volunteer position. She works as a project manager and editor for Columbus Publishing Lab, a publishing services provider for author-publishers and small presses.