Published on: October 09, 2009Author of the just-published novel, That Demon Life, Lowell Mick White, will read and discuss his work at 7 p.m., Thursday, October 15 at Lone Star College-Montgomery Library.
White’s talent as a fiction writer has been affirmed by publication in more than two dozen of the nation’s most respected literary journals. In 1998, he was awarded the Dobie-Paisano Fellowship by the University of Texas and the Texas Institute of Letters.
In 2008, White’s collection of short stories, Long Time Ago Good, was published by Slough Press. A long-time Texas, White lived in Austin for 25 years, where he says he made a living working at various times as a cab driver, shade tree salesman and an Internal Revenue Service bureaucrat. Currently pursuing his Ph.D. at Texas A & M University, White specializes in creative writing and regional literatures. He also teaches creative writing and composition at the university.
The event includes a book-signing reception and is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Dave Parsons at (936) 524-6537.
Writers in Performances is made possible by the partnership of Montgomery County Literary Arts Council, Lone Star College-Montgomery Library, Conroe Commission on the Arts and Culture, Good Books in the Woods, Academy for Lifelong Learning and SWIRL magazine of student art and writing.