It's happening in Rome, Saturday May 12 at 3pm! Hosting this great event are the delightful The Beehive Hotel
and Michelle Fabio.
The program will be featuring expat writers in Italy of books, e-books and iPhone apps. This is a great opportunity to meet and chat with expat writers in the heart of Rome on what we hope will be a gorgeous spring day!
Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.
The event will take place in the garden of The Beehive Hotel
conveniently located near Rome's Termini train station, closest Metro stops Termini
or Castro Pretorio
The current list of writers is as follows:
(Searching for Wild Asparagus in Umbria)
(Rome Insider's Guide app)
Mary Jane Cryan
(Etruria: Travel, History & Itineraries in Central Italy)
(The Rebirth of Mrs. Tracey Higgins; Jumping the Broom)
(in absentia) (Beyond the Pasta)
(Burnt by the Tuscan Sun)
(Rome for Expats app)
Katie Parla (
Rome for Foodies app and National Geographic Walking Rome)
(How to Order an Italian Coffee in Italy; The Unofficial Guide to Nutella)
Pamela Sheldon Johns
(Cucina Povera: Tuscan Peasant Cooking)
(in absentia) (The Espresso Break)
(Frommer's Rome Day by Day, 3rd Edition; Holiday Goddess Handbag Guide)
During the event we'll be raffling copies of books, promo codes to Apps, and the chance to win a lunch on May 19th with a creative writing instructor at a private home in Vetralla (a lovely town about an hour north of Rome). This is an exclusive chance for anyone interested in writing to enjoy local food specialties, and meet & exchange ideas with Teresa Cutler-Broyles, a published author and instructor of Creative Writing at the University of New Mexico.
I will be there talking about my experience in writing for major corporate editorial proprietors, focusing on the differences with smaller, independent publishing companies.
I look forward to seeing everyone there, finally meeting in person authors and friends I've only interacted with via web!
For details and RSVP - go HERE