Hear from Mary Carroll-Hackett's new book "A Little Blood, A Little Rain." Mary writes about thankfulness, nature, and love--but also about grief, loss, and poverty.

Once referred to as the "trailer park poet," Mary's poetry is personal and accessible, but also challenging and strong.

September 30, 6:00 p.m. Gilmer County Library October 1, 7:30 p.m. Heritage Village, Calhoun County Park (Take the first right after you enter the park.)

Suggested donation of $15 gets a signed copy of the book.

For more information, visit marycarrollhackett.com or call Stumptown Publishing at 304-354-9132.

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