ABAC magazine to host Writers’ Harvest | Arts & Culture
TIFTON, GA - Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College’s literary magazine, Pegasus will sponsor the Writers’ Harvest Thursday, November 1 at 7 p.m. at the Peanut Museum.
The admission price will be one non-perishable food item or canned good. All donations will go toward supporting Brother Charlie’s Rescue Mission.
“Pegasus” staff members will collect all canned goods and non-perishable items through November 1.
Donations can also be dropped off at the ABAC professor offices.
For more information on the Writers’ Harvest, interested persons can contact Newberry via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the full press release from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
The annual Writers’ Harvest sponsored by “Pegasus”, the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College literary magazine, will take place on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Peanut Museum at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at ABAC.
The price of admission is one nonperishable food item or canned good. All donations go to support Brother Charlie’s Rescue Mission.
Staff members of “Pegasus” will collect canned goods and non-perishable items through the date of the Writers’ Harvest.
Donations can also be dropped off at the offices of Dr. Jeff Newberry, Associate Professor of English, and Dr. Sandra Giles, Associate Professor of English, “Pegasus” co-advisors. Newberry’s office is located in Conger Hall, Room 309, and Giles’ office is in King Hall, Room 2E.
Other donation drop-off spots include the “Pegasus” office located on the third floor of the J. Lamar Branch Student Center, ABAC Place, and ABAC Lakeside.
Featured readers at this year’s Writers’ Harvest are husband-and-wife Florida poets Michael Trammell and Mary Jane Ryals.
Ryals is the Poet Laureate of Florida's Big Bend Region. She brings the world of poetry to schools and literary events in Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, and other north Florida counties. Her latest book of poems is “The Moving Waters”, published by Kitsune Press in 2008.
Ryals has been involved with the Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Competition, Florida State University's Valencia, Spain Study Abroad Program, the Tallahassee Writers' Association Festival of Books, and with the literary magazine, “Apalachee Review”.
Trammell is currently the editor-in-chief of the “Apalachee Review”. He formerly hosted and coordinated the Anhinga Press/Apalachee Review Reading Series at the 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, Fla. His work has been published in “New Letters”, the “G.W. Review”, “The Chattahoochee Review”, “Pleiades”, “Sundog: The Southeast Review”, “Poet Lore”, “Gulf Stream Magazine”, “The Lullwater Review”, “The Nebraska Review”, “The Orange Coast Review”, “Permafrost” and other journals.
A Research Associate in Business Communication at Florida State University's College of Business, Trammell and his wife teach writing, literature, and business courses for FSU's Valencia, Spain program during the summer.
For more information on the Writers’ Harvest, interested persons can contact Newberry via e-mail at email@example.com.