Another show scripted by Shari Smith featuring authors Suzanne Hudson, Judith Richards, and Shari with aerial artist Megrez Mosher
10930 Sandy Lane Fairhope, AL
I first met Jefferson when we were coordinating an appearance for a writer. Jefferson was coming from Charlotte and I from Claremont, so Mooresville, home of NASCAR Teams and the only Steak and Shake in three counties fell closest to the middle. We were friends in an instant. We were far more four hours later when we said goodbye.
We could finish each other’s sentences mostly because we were talking in movie lines and we loved the same ones. Steel Magnolias topped the list. We went through more napkins than the waitress could bring us, wiping tears of laughter as
Shari will take part at this years Alabama Book Festival in Montgomery, AL. Her panel will take place on Saturday, April 11 in historic downtown Montgomery at Old Alabama Town. The festival will be open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and is free to the public. Join more than 4,000 from around Alabama as they meet in the capital ciy and hear from their favorite authors. For more information please visit: http://www.writersforum.org/events/event/2015/04/11/alabama-book-festival#sthash.v8PElORR.dpuf
In seventeen days it will be three and a half years, three years and six months to the day since the house I loved died.
The memories of that day don’t fade as much as they are kept in a different box, a place further back in the attic of the things I remember. But, I don’t relive them anymore. I don’t smell the smoke and I don’t hear the voices or the sirens or my own screaming.
I am spared that, now.
I still see Walker’s friends, Cole and Cody, running across a yard, hurdling fire hoses and ignoring
The Shoe Burnin’ Show, a combination of music and spoken word stage performance was presented at the 2014 SIBA Trade Show in Norfolk, Virginia. The show, scripted by Shari Smith, featured herself, Dann Sherrill, Eric Erdman, Ericson Holt, Judith Richards, Chris Clifton, Joe Formichella, Suzanne Hudson and more.
Rivers Edge Media launched Shari Smith’s newest book, I Am A Town, on November 29th at the Waterhole Branch in Fairhope, Alabama. I Am A Town will be available for sale in the cool little bookstore on the grounds of Waterhole Branch. For more information on purchasing Smith’s latest work, please visit riversedgemedia.com.
The Shoe Burnin’ Show, a combination of music and spoken word stage performance was recently held at the Logan Street Sanctuary in Noblesville, Indiana. Cast members from Alabama, Key West, Nashville, North Carolina, and Texas came to town including Tim Carter, Chris Clifton, Cliff Cody, most recently on ABC’s Rising Star, Joe Formichella, Michael Reno Harrell, Ericson Holt, Suzanne Hudson, and Judy Richards. Kurt Meyer and Bill Kenley also from Indiana, read writing of their own to the show scripted by Shari Smith, a friend of Kurt’s since high school, now living in Alabama. Kurt read fromNoblesville, his