Author and High School Teacher Shana Burton joins NY Times Bestsellers, GA Writers Hall of Fame, & Pulitzer Prize Winners this weekend at the 12th annual Georgia Literary Festival.
Northeast High school English Teacher Shana Burton, who is also a 2008 and 2009 Georgia Book of the Year Nominee meets her fans this weekend in Statesboro, Georgia, at the Georgia Literary Festival. On October 23, 2010 The Georgia Literary festival will feature 25 writers including special appearances by popular author Ferrol Sams, former U.S. Senator Max Cleland, Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey, Hall of Fame author Philip Lee Williams, bestselling novelist Tina Ansa, cookbook author Damon Lee Fowler, gardening expert Walter Reeve and Poet Laureate David Bottoms.
Shana Burton is high school teacher at Northeast High School in Macon, Ga. She is also a published author of Suddenly Single(GA Book of the Year Nomination,) First Comes Love and Flaws and All under Kensington Publishing, Flaws & All released August, 2010, has been selected as a BlackExpressions Book Club Pick. She will also host the Peach County Public Library Fall Literary Trunk Show in Fort Valley, Georiga November 6, 2010.
Chocolate City Magazine calls Flaws & All a “Sex and the City meets Waiting to Exhale meets Christ. Flaws and All is a tell-it-like-it-is saga of redemption, sisterhood, and unconditional love.”