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Local Voices: A Conversation with Authors Judith Mudd-Krijgelmans and Melvina Noel

Local Voices: A Conversation with Authors Judith Mudd-Krijgelmans and Melvina Noel

Join us for a conversation with local authors Judith Mudd-Krijgelmans and Melvina Noel. Learn about their background, inspirations, creative processes and experiences as writers. Book signing after the event.

Registration not required, but available for updates and reminders.

Co-sponsored by A Thousand Stories Bookshop

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Judith Mudd-Krijgelmans is a former Foreign Service officer and diplomat who has drawn on her life experiences to write two memoirs: Flowers for Brother Mudd (2018) and Chocolates for Mary Julia (2022). Having led memoir writing groups in the last 15 years, her presence in literary writing has emerged ever since the publication of her first book. Based on her story, she has been engaging audiences on the difficult topic of American diversity and how, given its slave past, the United States is viewed in the world.

Melvina Noel is a college educator and a certified children’s yoga instructor who loves reading and writing above everything. Her favorite places to be are libraries and bookstores. She enjoys baking, playing the piano, playing chess, and watercolor painting. She is the author of two picture books for children: Chef Edna: Queen of Southern Cooking (2023) and Mama's Library Summers (March 2024). 

Date:
Monday, February 26, 2024
Time:
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location:
Herndon Fortnightly Maker Lab
Library Branch:
Herndon Fortnightly Library
Categories:
Author Event Black History
Audience:
  Adults     General Interest     Older Adults  
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