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Text Bank with Georgia Writers to Flip the Senate!
December 3, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST
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Please join our amazing group of writers, from Georgia, as they come together to help flip the Senate by registering new Democrats in Georgia.
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You can make a difference in this election and have fun while interacting with these amazing writers talking all things life, writing a best seller, texting, etc.
We will quickly train you and set you loose! Lots of hand-holding for the tech newbies among us.
Our award winning writers:
MARY KAY ANDREWS is the New York Times bestselling author of 27 novels. A former journalist for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, her books have been published in German, Italian, Polish, Slovenian, Hungarian, Dutch, Czech and Japanese.
KIMBERLY BELLE is a USA Today and internationally bestselling author of six novels, including The Marriage Lie, a Goodreads Choice Awards semifinalist for Best Mystery & Thriller. Her books have been published in more than in a dozen languages and have been optioned for film and television.
MICKEY DUBROW is the author of American Judas. His short stories and essays have appeared in Prime Number Magazine, The Signal Mountain Review, Full Grown People, and McSweeny’s Internet Tendency.
EMILY CARPENTER is the best-selling author of Southern Gothic suspense novels including her latest, Reviving the Hawthorn Sisters. Two of her five books are set in Georgia, her home.
JESSICA HANDLER is the author of the novel The Magnetic Girl, winner of the 2020 Southern Book Prize, a 2019 “Books All Georgians Should Read,” an Indie Next pick, Wall Street Journal Spring 2019 pick, Bitter Southerner Summer 2019 pick, and a SIBA Okra Pick. She teaches creative writing in Atlanta and lectures internationally on writing.
SONIAH KAMAL’s novel, Unmarriageable: Pride & Prejudice in Pakistan, is a 2019 “Books All Georgians Should Read” pick, a 2020 Georgia Author of the Year for Literary Fiction nominee and shortlisted for the 2020 Townsend Award. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, TEDx stage, Buzzfeed, The Georgia Review, The Bitter Southerner and more.
SALLY KILPATRICK writes small-town southern stories full of shenanigans. She’s a 2018 and 2019 Georgia Author of the Year and can be found at sallykilpatrick.com or on Twitter as @SuperWriterMom.
NICKI SALCEDO is the author of All Beautiful Things and three collections of essays. Her work has appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Good Housekeeping, and Decaturish.com.