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An Evening with Imagicopter Nov 19, 2011 (AR)

Posted on November 10, 2011
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An Evening with Imagicopter
Location: Hale Bathhouse – 3 Arts Café, Hot Springs National Park, AR
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Date: 2011-11-19
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Description: The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs is presenting an evening with Imagicopter, a cooperative that promotes writers and illustrators at conventions and book events. The authors’ fantasy and science fiction stories are published in anthologies, magazines, online, and in books from small publishing houses. On Saturday, November 19 a panel of authors will dine and have conversations with ticket holders during a gourmet meal at 3 Arts Café, the Hale Bathhouse restaurant operated by The Muses Creative Artistry Project.
Dinner tickets are $20 and the proceeds go to The Muses Creative Artistry Project and The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs. The Muses blend fine art, classical music, and creativity education and The Fine Arts Center encourages the advancement of the arts in the Hot Springs area and Arkansas. Both groups are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and their support is provided in part by the Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The authors attending the dinner are:
Henry D. Blalock, a short story writer that has won several fantasy story awards and Swordbearer, a short independent film, was based on one of his stories.
Alexander S. Brown, is an author of a collection of short stories about vampires, Traumatized.
Linda C. DeLeon, is a registered nurse that uses her love of history and fascination of vampires in her two books, Into Darkness and Veil in Time.
William Eakin, writes about mysterious happenings in Mississippi in his book, Redkunk Tales: Tales From The Kudzu.
Robert J. Krog’s published works The Stone Maiden and Other Tales, the short story Babies’ Breath, and the novella A Bag Full of Eyes due to come out in January 2012.
Jennifer L Mulvihill’s The Lost Daughter of Easa is the first book of a series about a young girl transported through a portal to another world. She is currently working on her second novel.
Herika R. Raymer, is an assistant editor of Sam’s Dot Magazines and her short stories are published by to Sam’s Dot and Kerlack Publishing Companies.

Contact The Fine Arts Center for information and tickets, 501-624-0489 or send an email to INFO@HSFAC.ORG


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