UW-Baraboo/Sauk County Senior Lecturer and Author Kelly Dwyer will present "One Writer's Way" on March 12 at 12:30pm in the T.N. Savides Library. Dwyer will read from her novel-in-progress and previously-published work, and discuss various elements of writing and reading: the supernatural in fiction, writers who have inspired her, the publication process, and why it is better to revise while eating Red Vines than Twizzlers. The lecture is free and open to the public, and is part of the Library's Writers Series.
Dwyer is the author of two novels and two children's books. A graduate of Oberlin College and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she is the recipient of a James Michener Fellowship, a Wisconsin Arts Board grant, and a Wisconsin Library Association award. Her work has been positively reviewed in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Chicago Tribune, among others. Dwyer is currently working on her third novel, a psychological ghost story set in Wisconsin.
For more information about the UW-BSC Library's Writers Series, call (608) 355-5251.