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Virtual Center Stage
Join Performing Arts Director DeDe Vogt on Virtual Center Stage as we explore new works by local authors Jerry Grillo and Ivy Rutzky.
Jerry Grillo's first book is The Music and Mythocracy of Col. Bruce Hampton: A Basically True Biography, which will have its official release from the University of Georgia Press on April 1st.
Jerry has been writing stories, in one form or another, for most of his life. First as a cartoonist, and for a very long time as a journalist. His full-time working hours these days belong to Georgia Tech, where he's worked since 2014, writing about mad scientists and their good works in biomedical engineering. [Jerry Grillo photo credit: April Swing]
Ivy Rutzky worked in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for 25 years. In 2009, she headed south, trading in dioramas of nature for the real woods of Northeast Georgia. She kayaks in a nearby lake, writes poetry and wanders in her backyard creek.
Her column, "Bear With Me",
appeared in the White County News for a decade. Now available in hardback, Bear With Me
chronicles her transition from city girl to country gal.
Program is Free! (Donation Request, Please)