Most author readings, classes, workshops, writing groups, and lectures have been canceled or have moved online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aug. 1, 2:30 (EDT): Susan E. Lindsey discusses her new book, Liberty Brought Us Here, at a free webinar for the McLean County Museum of History. Register at https://mchistory.org/participate/events/event.php?event=2020-08-01-webinar-liberty-brought-us-here-the-true-story-of-american-slaves-who-migrated-to-liberia.
Aug. 7, noon (EDT): Susan E. Lindsey discusses her new book, Liberty Brought Us Here, at a free webinar for the Kentucky Historical Society’s First Friday Series. Register at https://history.ky.gov/event/virtual-first-friday-liberty-brought-us-here-with-susan-lindsey/
Aug. 15, 1 p.m. (EDT) Louisville Literary Arts presents “The Devil’s in the Details: Research for Nonfiction Writers,” a webinar for writers of biography, history, travel, how-to books, books on social and political issues, and other types of nonfiction; instructor, Susan E. Lindsey. $20. https://www.louisvilleliteraryarts.org/webinar-descriptions
The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Lexington offers a range of online writing classes. https://carnegiecenterlex.org/classtype/writing-classes/?tx_classtype=writing-classes