Please join us for a discussion with our friend John Lane, for our next Bartram Environmental Writers Series event. John and Brent Martin will discuss and read a bit from John Lane’s new book “Gullies of My People.”
This event will be held at the Cowee School on January 28th at 2pm.
You can find more details about John’s book on the UGA Press website: https://ugapress.org/book/9780820365442/gullies-of-my-people/
John will also have books available at the event for purchase and signing.
There’s no limit on attendees, this event will take place in the auditorium. But, please RSVP below if you plan to come to help with setting up chairs.
We look forward to seeing you there!
About the Author: John Lane, an esteemed professor emeritus specializing in environmental studies, formerly served at Wofford College. His notable achievements include being inducted into the South Carolina Academy of Authors in 2014. Lane is a prolific author, with notable works like “Circling Home,” “My Paddle to the Sea,” and “Coyote Settles the South,” all published by the University of Georgia Press. He has also co-edited “The Woods Stretched for Miles: New Nature Writing from the South,” adding to his extensive portfolio that encompasses a variety of poetry, essays, and novels. His previous contribution to literature was “Coming into Animal Presence.” John Lane resides in Spartanburg, South Carolina, continuing his life’s work in literature and environmental advocacy.
You can watch John’s last Bartram Writers Series discussion with Brent Martin, held at the historic Rickman’s Store, on YouTube.