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!
With degrees from the College of William & Mary and the University of Richmond, Kris Spisak began her career as a college writing instructor; however, after six years in the classroom, she transitioned to professional writing and editing. Helping writers sharpen their craft was the driving force behind her book, Get a Grip on your Grammar: 250 Writing and Editing Reminders for the Curious or Confused (Career Press, 2017), and the creation of her writing program, Grammartopia. Kris is on the board of directors of James River Writers, the co-founder of Midlothian Web Solutions, and is also pursuing the publication of her first novel.