Write Night ceremonies were held on the Valdosta and Ben Hill-Irwin Campuses recently celebrating the ninth edition of the award-winning literary journal, “The Wiregrass Reader.” The goal of the journal is to promote literacy within the Wiregrass region of Georgia while preserving and honoring its ecological, historical, and cultural legacy.
The eighth edition of The Wiregrass Reader was celebrated on the Valdosta Campus on Thursday, November 12. Those with submissions were given the opportunity to read from or give a description of their works.
The Eighth Annual Write Night Ceremony was held in Irwin Hall on the Ben Hill-Irwin Campus on Thursday, November 12. The Wiregrass Reader is a compilation of poetry, photography, and writings which include narratives, stories, and analyses. The submissions come from students, faculty and staff, and members of the community. Those with submissions are givenContinue reading “Write Night Ceremony on the Ben Hill-Irwin Campus”