June 26, 2007
Native Texan Jim Baggett Bringing Cowboy Poetry Book to CABSE
Most of Coweta's writers of published books are accepting the invitation to attend the first-ever Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza (CABSE) in September. As information about these authors is being released it is evident that there is a tremendous and interesting variety among them. For instance, two of them are native Texans who celebrate their love for Texas in their writings. Last week an announcement was issued about one of these -- a cowgirl named Mae Nunn, who now lives in Sharpsburg, who writes Texas roamce novels. The other is a cowboy named Jim Baggett, who now lives in Grantville, and who has written a book of cowboy poems. Both Nunn and Baggett are member of the Coweta Writers Group.
In addition to affording an opportunity to meet Baggett and acquire an autographed copy of his book, the CABSE will also give those attending a chance to hear Baggett read some of these poems. The CABSE will be a special feature of the New Grantville Days Festival, which will be held on Main Street in Grantville, a small city in southern Coweta County at Exit 35 on Interstate 85. The CABSE will be held from 10 AM through 5 PM on Saturday September 15 and from 12 Noon through 5 PM on Sunday September 16. There is no charge to attend either the CABSE or the rest of the New Grantville Days Festival.
Bagget can be reached at Jim Baggett <firstname.lastname@example.org>, the Co-ordinator of the CABSE, Forrest Schultz, can be reached at 770-5834-3258 or email@example.com, and the Chairman of the New Grantville Days Festival, Sandra Luttrell, can be reached at 770-583-9013 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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