FALLBROOK — Karen Cunagin, a Fallbrook-based writer and fabric artist, is the featured writer at Fallbrook’s Writers Read free monthly reading on Wednesday, December 17.
The reading, including open mic time, will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Café des Artistes.
Cunagin tells her stories with words on paper and in cloth. She will share her poetry and essays at the reading.
She also teaches color and design in the fiber arts. Her work has been shown in “Visions: The Art Quilt 2006,” regional juried shows and international publications.
Café des Artistes, at 103 South Main, will open for the reading at 5 p.m. with a special supper menu available.
The fourth through eighth grade reading is from 5:30 to 6, when the adult and high school reading begins. Open mic readers have five minutes each, with additional turns at the mic as time allows.
Entrance to the café is from the rear parking lot behind the Art Center on Main.
Fallbrook’s Writers Read is hosted by Café des Artistes and supported by Fallbrook independent bookseller The Book Nook.
The first Writers Read of the new year, January 14, will feature Jincy Willet, author of “The Writing Class,” “Winner of the National Book Award” and “Jenny and the Jaws of Life.”