Tuesday, February 19
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Philip J. Moss is the author of eight novellas and several collections of short stories, mostly set in Maine. We’re delighted he will be joining us this month to talk about the difference between writing fiction and non-fiction, what constitutes a “good turn of phrase,” and other related topics.
Here’s more about Phil
Philip J. Moss is a labor/employment arbitrator and mediator who lives in Maine with his wife Phyllis. He estimates he wrote more than 3 million words as a labor lawyer over a career that spanned almost four decades. His hobbies include cooking, white water canoeing/poling, acting in community theater, and riding his 1200 Bandit. He is the author of “JANISSARIES and other stories,” “THE CHASTENER OF SOULS and other stories,” “CONGRESS INVESTIGATES FAIRIES and other flights of fancy,” “WHO WILL WATCH THE WATCHMEN? and other fiction,” “GARRISON,” “A SHOOTING IN AUGUSTA,” ANIMAL FARM and “A LONG DROP.” His novella, “TIDES,” received an Honorable Mention in the December 2015 Glimmer Train Fiction Open contest.