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F. Armstrong Green has a love affair with the Word. His pursuit of well-crafted writing has led him through the slush piles of <em>The Sewanee Review</em> to the home of Katherine Anne Porter to the mentorship of The Bard Society, a writers’ workshop that has lasted for five decades.
In <em>Wednesdays With Frank</em>, Bard Society members share their memories of a man who was instrumental in their maturation as writers. Week-after-week, year-after-year, writers who have made a commitment to the written word and have brought their stories to the workshop in an uncompromising effort to learn the craft of fiction have found their commitment and effort paid off by becoming not only published, as many have become, but also have found themselves recognized for literary accomplishments and on national and international best seller lists.
The reader of these reminiscences will not only come away with valuable tips on writing, but also will discover the depths of a man—a mentor, a leader, and an abiding friend.
<em>Those Wednesday nights were hell, but they were also where I, and many others, learned the craft of writing.</em>
—<em>New York Times</em> Bestselling Author Steve Berry
<em>Yes, he’s a writer and a teacher. But he’s a sailor, too! </em>
—David Poyer, author of <em>Onslaught: The War With China--The Opening Battle</em>
<em>The best transfusion is to read a great book. </em>
—F. Armstrong Green
bound: 158 pages
publisher: CyPress Publications (March 15, 2017)
isbn: 1935083511, 978-1935083511,
weight: 5.6 ounces (