Participants, including SkyLee Bragunier, HACC student, shared their work and readings during the event. Bragunier read their poem, “I’ve Written.” In their currently unpublished manuscript, “Forever Saying Farewell,” Bragunier writes that “Writing saved my life.”
Kane Howard, HACC student, read, “What are Boys Supposed to do.” Howard is currently producing an episodic novella series featuring characters who are living in South Central Pennsylvania.
The “PA Proud”-themed event hosted local writers to highlight the award-winning and nationally-recognized writers in the Commonwealth. Participants included:
- Shenita Baltimore, Harrisburg, Pa.
- Susan Campbell Bartoletti, Moscow, Pa.
- Dana Kinsey, Lancaster, Pa.
- Philadelphia Poet Laureate Aiera D. Matthews, Philadelphia, Pa.
- Mauricio Novoa, Gettysburg, Pa.
For more information about upcoming HACC events, please visit the College’s event calendar.
Photo Caption: Local award-winning writers, community members, HACC students and alumni engaged with the public and celebrated the art of writing during the 41st annual Wildwood Writers’ Festival.
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