Terry Weber writes-
It may be summer, but things are not slowing down at the Gloucester Writers Center. The summer kicked off with the Life is the Poem party, celebrating Vincent Ferrini’s birthday. At the party it was announced that a book would be published next spring containing poems that Ferrini wrote to his friends and colleagues on Cape Ann. If you have a poem you would like to share, send a copy to the Gloucester Writers Center at 126 East Main Street in Gloucester.
The Finish Line Writers Group and the Center also hosted bestselling author Brunonia Barry who talked about her transition from self publishing all the way to the New York Times bestseller list. Ms. Barry, who is from Salem, is the author of "The Lace Reader" and "The Map of True Places." A big thank you to Ms. Barry for her informative and entertaining talk, and for answering dozens of questions about the self-publishing.
Check out the calendar of summer events and workshops at the Center by visiting www.gloucesterwriters.org. Summer is not an excuse to ignore your inner writer!
Pictured: Brunonia Barry, front left, meets a few of the writers from the Finish Line Writers Group at the Gloucester Writers Center.
July 20 Gloucester Health Fair!
Wicked awesome to see you on Chronicle last night, that was so exciting! You did a great job! We are so lucky to have you as one of Gloucester’s own and finest!!!! You help us all so much and in such a fun and positive way, what did we ever do before you and Good Morning Gloucester came along huh? I don’t know!
Well we are gearing up for our 1st ever Gloucester Health & Wellness Fair to be held next Friday, July 20 at The Gloucester Senior Center. Here is the flyer we created with our sponsors so far. If you could please include it in one of your upcoming posts, that would be fantastic. Thanks again for everything!
Lemonade Stand Today To Benefit The Cardone Family- Fire Victims
This is Brieana, I work at Seacoast on Atlantic Shores I take care of your Dad, was wondering if you could do me a favor and advertise on Good Morning Gloucester tonight, that my 6 year old daughter Bailee Militello will be having a lemonade stand July 11th from 2:30-4:30 p.m. to raise money for the Cardone family who lost alot in the fire on Ashland Place , they have kids that lost alot of clothes and toys, so my daughter wants to raise money to help the kids, the lemonade stand will be in front of my house 29 East Main Street, just a good old fashion lemonade stand and I’m sure I’ll do all the running back in forth refilling pitchers while she looks cute and sells, Thank you!!
Brieana Saunders Militello