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posted: 10/15/2012 2:36 PM

Waterline Waters to dive into the dark side in Batavia

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  • St. Charles author D.C. Brod will join Waterline Writers in the presentation "Dark Matters: What We're Really Afraid Of" on Sunday, Oct. 21.

      St. Charles author D.C. Brod will join Waterline Writers in the presentation "Dark Matters: What We're Really Afraid Of" on Sunday, Oct. 21.

 

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Do you love literature, poetry, drama? Waterline Writers will present "Dark Matters: What We're Really Afraid Of" on Sunday, Oct. 21, at Water Street Studios, 160 S. Water St. in Batavia.

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Come early to see "Drawn With Words," 22 paintings inspired by 22 very short stories. The doors open at 5 p.m. with readings starting at 7 p.m. Visit www.waterlinewriters.org or contact waterlinewriters@gmail.com.

Multifaceted author D.C. Brod will unearth a chilling passage from her cerebral Arthurian mystery "Heartstone." Cecelia Downs brings Ireland's epic famine dangerously back to life. Rebecca Hanna reveals her kidnapping story "I Know What I Saw" for the very first time. Tom Heneghan mines a wealth of poetry that tiptoes close and closer to the edge. Kevin Moriarity flirts with the woman we're all afraid of, and Anne Veague reads "Driscoll Page," her character study of our propensity for destroying our own lives.

On the third Sunday of each month, starting at 7 p.m., Waterline Writers presents writers, poets, storytellers, screenwriters, spoken word artists, playwrights, songwriters, and comedians reading from their novels, short stories, poetry, plays, lyrics, screenplays, spoken word, experimental work, multimedia work, stand-up comedy, etc.

Waterline Writers is committed to providing a place where talented published and not-yet-published writers can share their work, as well as meet and support other writers and fans of the written word. Visit www.waterlinewriters.org for information.

Waterline Writers was founded in February 2012 by Kevin Moriarity and Anne Veague with the encouragement of Jim Kirkhoff and other Water Street Studios board members and artists. As valuable as traditional writing groups can be, they wanted to start something a little different, more of an event. They wanted to give writers a place to read their work for an audience, to find and share inspiration, to create a dynamic writing community.

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