'Memories of Light' writers to speak at Village Books


The writers of "Memories of Light" - The Bellingham Herald's latest serial story written by community members - will give a public reading of their chapters at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, at Village Books, 1200 11th St.

A science fiction tale, "Memories of Light" is a post-apocalyptic story of Bellingham 100 years from now. The six writers - Larry Goolsby, Tina Shelton, Andy Brim, Mary Schleinkofer, Amanda June Hagarty and Rob Slater - will read their chapters and answers questions from the audience.

Their chapters ran consecutive Mondays in the Herald from July 22 through Aug. 26. People can read "Memories of Light" and the Herald's other serial novels at bellinghamherald.com/serial-novel.

Reach Dean Kahn at 360-715-2291 or dean.kahn@bellinghamherald.com.

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