November¹s WordPlay will highlight the work of fiction writer Bill Belcher, who will read from, Galesville Rag, his novel-in-progress about a young man who wins, then betrays, the confidence of a musician who was once the voice of a generation.
Belcher received his MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College. He has taught fiction writing at the Saratoga County Arts Center, and he has served as the Workshop Facilitator of Inkberry¹s Thursday Night Critique group since 2006.
Gail Burns of Williamstown will host the event for Inkberry.
After the reading, there will be a brief intermission, followed by the popular WordPlay open mic. Refreshments will be available, and admission is free and open to the public.
For additional information regarding Inkberry or these readings, contact Inkberry by phone at (413) 664-0775 or visit www.inkberry.org.
About Inkberry Inkberry promotes the literary arts in the Berkshires with events and community partnerships that celebrate and support writing and reading. Inkberry is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.