Sundays@4 is Baton Rouge Gallery’s most diverse program, offering more than a dozen performances/readings from top-notch local authors, musicians, dance troupes, poets and more. Always free, always open to the public and always starting at 4pm, these intimate engagements give you an up close look at what local writers and performers are working on. Here’s what’s coming up next at Sundays@4:
OCTOBER 12: 'WORKS IN PROGRESS: FOUR BATON ROUGE WRITERS'
Baton Rouge Gallery's Sundays@4 series welcomes four accomplished local writers for a unique literary experience. When this series focuses on writers, it is typically showcasing a new novel, a just released anthology of poems, or some other completed work. This time around, four writers from our area give Sundays@4 audience members a peek-behind-the-curtain look at works still being perfected. It is a great chance for those interested in the creative process of writers to hear from four authors, mid-stride, as they finish preparing their latest efforts.
The writers who will be featured at 'Works in Progress,' are Laurie Lynn Drummond (author of the short story collection, "Anything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You"), George Bishop (Author of the novels, "Letter to My Daughter" and "The Night of the Comet"), Chris Tusa (author of the poetry collection, "Haunted Bones" and the novel, "Dirty Little Angels") and Angus Woodward (author of the novel "Americanisation: Lessons in American Culture and Language" and the short story collection, "Down at the End of the River").
Each writer will present for roughly 15-20 minutes each and will be available for questions. Copies of previous works from each author will also be available for purchase.
OTHER UPCOMING SUNDAYS@4 PRESENTATIONS:
October 19 - Louisiana's Current (Ava Leavell Haymon) and Immediate Past (Darrell Bourque) Poet Laureates
Baton Rouge Gallery and its Sundays@4 program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge.
For more information on this series, contact Baton Rouge Gallery at 225.383.1470.