"Remapping Richmond's Hallowed Ground" with RVa Authors

An anthology of work by local writers and artists: original fiction, poetry, memoir, photography, and art. The pieces are all related, in one way or another, to the Civil War. Contributors: Susan Settlemyre Williams, Bizhan Khodabandeh, Mark Gribbin, Joshua Poteat, Dennis Danvers, Ron Smith, Michael Gray Baughan, Audrey Walls, Lea Marshall, Howard Owen, Ann McMillan, Christy Burns, Michele Surat, Martha Erwin, Ron Smith, Anne Bloomsburg, Hannah Lorraine Gropper, Peggy DuVall, Jack R. Johnson, Amie Oliver, Harry Kollatz, Jr., Kathy DuVall

In Richmond ...
-- monuments to the bloody years of the Civil War are all around.
-- Civil War parks, historic buildings, trails, tours, and museums compete for attention and money.
-- enslaved people were bought and sold and used for labor and other purposes.
-- prisoners of war were kept on an island and in a secret dungeon.
-- the city was burned by confederate troops to prevent capture of its war-making industry.
-- Lincoln walked through the burned ruins of the city and was cheered by emancipated slaves; 150 years later, Spielberg is making a Lincoln movie here.

Event date: 

Thursday, October 24, 2013 - 6:30pm

Event address: 

1312 E. Cary St.
23219-4118 Richmond