Two Belhaven professors, Howard Bahr and Aaron McCarver, will read selections from their published works at Barnes and Noble in Ridgeland for Belhaven’s English Society, Sigma Tau Delta. A percentage of the authors’ books sold will go to Sigma Tau Delta.

Barnes and Noble in the Renaissance Mall will host the Belhaven authors Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 4:00 P.M.

Howard Bahr, Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing, novelist and member of Sigma Tau Delta will read from his children’s book Home for Christmas: A Story of the South. Aaron McCarver, Specialty Instructor of English Composition and author will read from his recently published book Tennessee Brides.

Make plans to hear from these two accomplished and talented authors while supporting Belhaven’s English Society.

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