(02/10/2001)
It was like earlier times, having someone to read aloud and tell stories. Members of the Calhoun Writer's Guild read from their own works, stories and poems yesterday at lunchtime before a large crowd at the Grantsville Seniors Center.

Award winning Calhoun writer Jeanne Wilson read both stories and poems from her published works.

Jeanne Wilson reads stories and poems

Harry Newell, who has published several books of his poems, read several selections including a heartfelt selection called "Dad."

Calhoun poet Harry Newell reads about "Dad"

Another accomplished writer and columnist for The Hur Herald, Tony Russell read a short story about a coon hound and coon hunting.

Prolific writer and Hur Herald columnist Tony Russell

Bob Weaver, editor of The Herald, conjured up memories of olden days, reading about "Hunkerin' Ed Cooper" from Hur, and the lost art of hunkering.

Seniors hear writers, read and storytell


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