On Thursday August 23rd at 6:30 pm please join us at the Three Rivers Library, where three authors will read from their works set in Three Rivers. This is a free event open to the public.
Melissa Clark is an author, television writer and college instructor. "Swimming Upstream, Slowly" (Broadway Books) was chosen as a Target Breakout Book in 2006. She created the animated television
show, "Braceface" which starred the voice of Alicia Silverstone and has written scripts for "Rolie Polie Olie", "Sweet Valley High", among others. Her new novel, "Imperfect," was written in part during a visit to Three Rivers. She lives in Los Angeles.
Dalan Smith was raised ranching, farming and enjoying horses in a small southern Idaho community, obtained a degree in management from the University of Utah, then spent several years successfully climbing corporate ladders in Utah and California before choosing to be a self-employed ranch manager, entrepreneur, and real estate broker. He enjoys living with his wife, Judy, on the South Fork. His memoir "Bill & I" is about building the Shatner Ranch.
Bill Haxton has had numerous poems published, as well as magazine articles, 500 episodes of the public radio program This Day in America, and "The Report to the United States Congress" on the condition of education in the Republic of the Marshal Islands, which he considers to be one of his best works. As a founder of the Three Rivers Performing Arts Institute he brought an annual classical music series to our town, as well as hosting Concert on the Grass. He and his wife Anne live on Dinely Drive. Bill's going to read poems inspired by Three Rivers.
Christina Lynch (emcee) is a television writer and novelist who lives on the North Fork with an assortment of animals. Her novel"City of Dark Magic," written with Meg Howrey under the pseudonym Magnus Flyte, will be published in December by Penguin Books.