Buchanan & Peavey on Writing: all it takes is Grit, Imagination, Warmth, Humor, Professionalism & Determination! And lots of it….
Join Illustration Institute as we welcome crime writer Brenda Buchanan and memoirist Elizabeth Peavey to the Fifth Maine Regiment Museum for an intimate conversation about their work and the work of writing. Two thoughtful and sometimes irreverent writers who are friends & pros at their craft. Pull up a rocker at the 5th Maine & enjoy this lively discussion!
Brenda Buchanan is a Maine crime writer and former journalist who sets her novels in and around Portland, Maine. An attorney since 1990 and author of the Joe Gale Mystery series, Brenda is currently hard at work on a series about Neva Pierce, a criminal defense lawyer whose hands-on style lands her in deep trouble.
Elizabeth Peavey is an award-winning writer, performer and educator. Her one-woman show, My Mother’s Clothes Are Not My Mother, has played to sold-out houses. An author of three books, her most recent, Glorious Slow Going, is a collaboration with renowned landscape painter Marguerite Robichaux. Among many other published works, she has written the popular columns Outta My Way! for the Bollard and Outta My Yard! for the Casco Bay Weekly.
Brenda Buchanan and Liz Peavey are Maine writers and storytellers extraordinaire, we’re lucky to have them on the porch for an evening!
Thurs. September 20 7:00 - 8:00 PM 5th Maine Regiment Museum. Free, open to all!
From Portland, take 5:35 ferry at Casco Bay Lines to Peaks. Ten minute walk to 45 Seashore Ave. 8:45 return ferry to Portland. Rain or Shine, Peaks taxi available.