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January 3, 2019

Jack Neely, longtime journalist and executive director of the Knoxville History Project, discusses his organization’s latest book, Historic Knoxville: The Curious Visitor’s Guide to its Stories and Places, which includes a literary section.

Any city with a literary heritage that can embrace Frances Hodgson Burnett, James Agee, Nikki Giovanni, and Cormac McCarthy is no simple place, and continues to inspire fiction and creative nonfiction.

Jack Neely is an author of several books about Knoxville, Tennessee including This Obscure Prismatic City.

Located at Central United Methodist Church

Thurs, Jan 3 - 7pm