Monday, December 19, 2016


TUES JAN 10, 7.30p.m. - 9p.m.
HAMILTON ROOM, 1st floor, Central Branch, Hamilton Public Library

A rant, done well, can be a very effective and entertaining thing; done poorly, it can just make you look silly. Come prepared with a rant of your own and we'll help you make it into a thing of beauty.

Ruth Edgett is a Hamilton-area writer of fiction and creative non-fiction, and a dabbler in poetry. A former newspaper journalist turned public relations consultant, Ruth is a compiling editor in The Meaning of Forever Project, author of A Watch in the Night: The story of Pomquet Island's last lightkeeping family (Nimbus), of stories in three collections by the same publisher, and a frustrated submitter to literary journals who would like to rant about that.

1 comment:

Jennifer Mook-Sang said...

great fun tonight. i learned so much about how to write an effective rant. and listening to jennifer and ruth's rants was highly entertaining!