2013 Calendar of Events:
May 7 & 8: The Garden2Blog Retreat/Seminar at Moss Mountain Farm, the Garden Home of P. Allen Smith, in Little Rock, AK.
Sat., May 18: Presenting at the Red Clay Writers Conference, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA. This is a full-day conference with workshops and panels for writers in all genres. Watch this link for times and details.
Ask Lynn to speak to your group or at your conference.
What others are saying:
“Your moving presentation…at Morningside Presbyterian Church was deeply felt by all of us. Your story inspired us and touched our hearts. It is truly in our struggles and shared humanity that our faith becomes strong enough to hopefully touch the lives of others. You do that and for that gift we are blessed and grateful. Thank you for sharing your time, your faith journey and your heart with us. Blessings and peace to you in Christ our Lord, Sarah B., Morningside Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA.
“…such an inspiring talk! We are all enjoying your books…such wonderful words to live by! We truly enjoyed having you visit with us and hope you will come back again soon. We pray God will bless you in a very special way for the inspiration you give to others! Thank you. Fondly, The Georgian Garden Club, Villa Rica, GA”
Speaking about gardening:
“I met Lynn at a garden show; she was speaking about a book she had written on heirloom plants. I knew immediately from flipping through the book and hearing her talk that she was the kind of thorough, enthusiastic and accomplished writer we needed in the pages of The Progressive Farmer… I wouldn’t hesitate to send anything Lynn’s way; she’s just that good.” Jamie Cole, former Senior Editor, The Progressive Farmer; Creative Director, Red Barn Publishing
“…I heard a wonderful talk in Marietta by Lynn Coulter, author of…Gardening with Heirloom Seeds…(P)rofusely illustrated with wonderful color photographs, (it) has been published by the University of North Carolina Press.” – Joe Dabney, award-winning author of Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread and Scuppernong Wine and winner of the James Beard Cookbook of the Year.