A few photos from Lawton’s reading at Readers’ Books
Posted by on August 21, 2014

“… the words live on for as long as there are readers to see them, audiences to hear them.” — writer and producer J. Michael Straczynski

Authors begin writing in studios or during long walks. And over time, the work takes shape during rewriting, editing, the movement of words. But it only truly comes to life when it’s read or heard by an audience.

We want to thank everyone who came to hear Rebecca Lawton read last Thursday at Readers’ Books in Sonoma from the title story to her collection Steelies and Other Endangered Species: Stories on Water. You have helped bring Rebecca’s stories about wild rivers and our essential connection to these rivers to life.

Lawton’s reading from “Steelies” was followed up by conversation about water and climate, and the writing process.

Thanks again to all of you who came. And for those who didn’t, but have purchased Steelies and Other Endangered Species: Stories on Water, we hope you are enjoying it!

We hope everyone has a great weekend!

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  • Photo by Tyler Malone