Carol Wolf will read from ‘Summoning‘
NORTH FORK – Local author and playwright Carol Wolf is offering a night of storytelling and creativity on Thursday, Sept. 27, at the North Fork Library.
Wolf will read from her newly published first novel, Summoning (Night Shade Books), which she calls “a fast-moving adventure full of surprises and delights.” The novel’s strong female character exists in a Los Angeles filled with hidden magic, arcane supernatural threats, and the possibility of deliverance.Wolf’s reading begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by some ruminations on her life as a writer. Summoning is the first book of her Moon Wolf Saga and features an uncompromising heroine faced with saving the world, but who may be unable to save herself.
This evening at the library will offer both fun and enrichment, and coffee will be served. This is the first in a series of evenings that will focus on local authors in the mountain area, according to Sarah Lingenfelter of North Fork.
Wolf has written numerous plays and a nonfiction book, Playwriting: the Merciless Craft.
Beginning in October, Wolf will offer a weekly writing workshop at the North Fork Library.
Children’s picture book author Virginia Pilegard also will return for a writer’s night in November.
In addition to books on CD and “real” books, the North Fork Branch Library has an excellent collection of Native American artifacts and documents, along with historic goods and ephemera from the earliest days of North Fork. Their local history collection includes North Fork Journals in print from 1968 to 1992 — a good resource for students and other researchers.
For more information on North Fork Library events, visit the library’s website.