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ABAC Writers’ Harvest Features Author Susan Cerulean November 3

October 20, 2016

The annual Writers’ Harvest sponsored by “Pegasus,” the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College literary magazine, will take place on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village Conference Center at ABAC.  There is no charge to attend.

Author Susan Cerulean is the featured reader for the Writers’ Harvest.  She is a writer, naturalist, and activist who divides her time between Tallahassee, Fla., and Indian Pass, Fla.  Her 2015 nature memoir, “Coming to Pass: Florida’s Coastal Islands in a Gulf of Change,” won the Gold Award for Florida Nonfiction by Florida Book Awards.  Her previous books include “Tracking Desire: A Journey after Swallow-tailed Kites,” “Writers Speak for Florida’s Coast,” and “Between Two Rivers: Stories from the Red Hills to the Gulf.”  She writes a regular column at

Each person attending the Writers’ Harvest should bring one nonperishable food item or canned good. All donations go to support Brother Charlie’s Rescue Mission. Staff members of “Pegasus” will collect canned goods and non-perishable items through the date of the Writers’ Harvest.

Donations can also be dropped off at the offices of “Pegasus” co-advisors, Dr. Jeff Newberry and Brandi Arrington.  Newberry’s office is located in the Carlton Center Library, and Arrington’s office is located in Conger Hall, Room 325.  Donations can also be dropped off at the “Pegasus” office located on the bottom floor of the Carlton Center.

For more information on the Writers’ Harvest, interested persons can contact Newberry via e-mail at or go to
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