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Author to Author: Identity & Writing **IN-PERSON**
**Four local authors of various genres, one stage, *one powerful discussion.***
What does it mean to be an author?
How does your personal identity impact your writing and your identity?
Why *do* you write?
These are just a few of the questions we will ask our Munich based panel on March 30, 2022, when they share the stage to discuss their work, their process, and the impact writing has on the reader.
Once a quarter we will welcome local authors to the stage to read from their books, talk about an underlying thread through all of their work, and share their love of writing. Come to learn more about the authors, the process, ask about publishing, anything you’d like!
Doors open at 7 and the authors will take to the stage at 7:15. Each author will be given 10 minutes to introduce themselves and read from their chosen book, with a little bit of questions in between from the audience or Happy Writer in Chief, Jessica.
**This panel features these Munich based authors:**
Diana Radovan, author of *Our Voices* (Lost Weekend’s Book of the Month)
Ella Voss, author of *Like a Fox to a Swallow*
Julie Leonard, author of *Intentional Happiness*
and Isil Uysal Calvelli, author of *The Gift of Being Unfulfilled at Work*
The panel discussion will be led by Happy Writer in Chief, Jessica Wright, award winning book cover designer, and author of *Seven Minutes, The Wrong Side of Twenty-Five,* and a slew of books and workshops for authors peppered over the internet (Skillshare, Coursera, Udemy, etc…)
Are you a Munich based published author who would like to be featured in an upcoming quarterly discussion? Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (not a type – .co not .com).