Join us for next Chapter Meeting
with Mary Bryan Stafford.
Thursday, June 7, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Georgetown Public Library
402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626.
Free, and open to the public.
PLEASE NOTE: The elevator is currently inoperable. Participants must use stairs.
Mary Bryan Stafford grew up in Texas and spent a good part of her childhood and adult years at the ranch that she wrote about in the book, A Wasp in the Fig Tree. She is a seventh generation Texan and Daughter of the Republic of Texas. Her memoir, Blowout, a novel excerpt, is published in What Wildness is This: Women Write about the Southwest. It won the Willa Award. Her memoir Epiphany is published in The Noble Generation III and her poetry is published multiple times in The Texas Poetry Calendar. In addition to winning first place in a Writers’ League of Texas contest, A Wasp in the Fig Tree won the Texas 2015 Author’s Award for Best Historical Fiction.
Stafford has just finished with her next novel, The Last Whippoorwill, another Texas-based historical novel.