Spinning Straw into Gold in the “Christ-haunted” South

Kimberly Brock, author of "The River Witch

Kimberly Brock, author of “The River Witch

As the unofficial official blogger for the Atlanta Writers Club, my first post was a delight – writing about Kimberly Brock, author of “The River Witch” winner of the Georgia Author of the Year in 2014 by the Georgia Writers Association. I envy her ability to instill magic, folklore and myth into everything she writes. The mystique of the Gothic South, its legends, ghost stories and eccentricities lives on in writers such as Kimberly. See post below:

http://atlantawritersclub.org/blog/?p=18

About georgialeesays

Award-winning journalist, editor and writer of multiple genres. Former Bureau Chief, Womens Wear Daily and W magazine. Past director, Ivy Hall, The SCAD Atlanta writing center. Vice President, programming for Atlanta Writers Club. Freelance writer/editor of every subject in the known universe. Lover of clean, clear writing -"It is my ambition to say in ten sentences what others say in a whole book." - Nietzsche. I teach yoga, meditation, in retreat settings. Seeker of truth and transcendence. Reincarnation of Edgar Allen Poe. "Life is but a dream within a dream within a dream" Write. Create. Learn. Dance. Yoga. Sleep. Dream.
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