Woodring Discusses Book Here Tuesday
BY FAYE DASEN
North Carolina author Susan Woodring will be at The Country Bookshop Tuesday, July 31, at 5:15 p.m. to discuss her new novel, "Goliath."
The novel was recently published by St. Martin's Press.
When Percy Harding, a leading citizen of the small Southern town of Goliath, is found dead by the railroads tracks, an apparent suicide, residents are both grief-stricken and shocked, none more so than his long-time secretary, Rosamond Rogers.
Rosamond is determined to discover the truths behind Harding's life - and death.
Woodring is also the author of a short story collection, "Springtime on Mars," which was published by Press 53 in 2008, and a novel, "The Traveling Disease," which was published in 2007 by Main Street Rag.
Woodring's short fiction has appeared in Isotope, Passages North, turnrow, and Surreal South, among other anthologies and literary magazines. Her work has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and her short fiction was shortlisted for Best American Non-Required Reading 2008 and Best American Short Stories 2010.
Woodring currently lives in the foothills of North Carolina, where she writes and home-schools her two children.
For information, call (910) 692-3211.
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