Handwritten postcards from published authors,
book clubs, and podcasters
If you were asked to write a message on a postcard, or to draw a picture on it, then send it to someone who loves to read, what would it say? Would you post it on a website for all the world to see? That’s what you’ll find here. Published authors and other bookish types have chosen postcards, written their thoughts, and presented you with a pinch more insight into their lives.
Libbie Mill Library, Thursday, July 25, 2019 7PM – 8:30PM
2100 Libbie Lake East Street, Richmond, VA 23230
What was the punctuation mark first found in graffiti of ancient Pompeii?
A member of what boy band once left the stage mid-concert to correct a fan’s sign?
Should we “flesh out” or “flush out” an idea?
There will be prizes for knowledgeable audience members as well!
Kris, Richmond’s skyline is indeed a sight to see. What a beautiful postcard image with its reflection on the James River. Thank you for sending it, along with the fascinating postcard history in your message. I will be googling to learn more. And of course, Grammartopia is going to be a fun event!