EPIC hosts award-winning author Paddy Eger on Monday

Photo courtesy Paddy Eger.
Photo courtesy Paddy Eger.

The public is invited to a talk by award-winning author Paddy Eger on Monday at 11 a.m., in the Edmonds Library. The event is hosted by EPIC Group Writers, and will take place after Monday morning writing group at 10 a.m. Seating is limited.

Eger’s talk is titled, ‘An Espresso to Last a Lifetime, A Tendril,’ and will include “a brief introduction to using the Third Place Press espresso machine (Ginger), pricing, how it works, about Vlad (the manager of the service), and impressions of the process and the products.” Eger will also “address the benefits of a small press and share information on the services of Tendril Press.”

Paddy Eger is an educator, volunteer trainer and author of the award-winning non-fiction book, ‘Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms.’ Her debut novel, ’84 Ribbons,’ just arrived from Tendril Press. For more information, visit Paddy Eger’s website. And for more information on EPIC Group Writers and the free drop-in writing group, see here.


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