E.C. Murray and her memoir:
A Long Way from Paris
In 1980, city girl Elizabeth hitchhikes to the mountains of southern France where she herds goats and reflects on her relationships, develops her spirituality, and overcomes her self doubt caused by past obesity in this fun, insightful, and authentic memoir.
E.C. Murray (Elizabeth Corcoran Murray) is a freelance writer and author whose book, "A Long Way from Paris," was named a KIRKUS BEST BOOK of 2014. She’s published in Hybrid Mom, Spokes and Strokes, ABILITY magazine, Seattle Child, and more. The founder and publisher of The Writers Connection, EC studied writing at the University of Washington and Stony Brook, Southampton, New York. Her short story, “The Urban Goatherd” received a Pushcart nomination. Her first book, "Life Kind of Sucks," reflects her Masters in Social Work. EC Murray teaches writing at Tacoma and Seattle Community Colleges, and lives on an island near Seattle with her family and frisky cat.
Visit Murray's website/blog for all kinds of great information about her and her writing, here.
Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Edmonds Bookshop 111 Fifth Avenue S