Prologue: "Tropical Depression" by Anne Russell

May 13, 2014

Join Ben Steelman of Star News with local creative and author Anne Russell to talk about her book Tropical Depression.

August 11th, 7 - 8pm
in WHQR's MC Erny Gallery
254 N. Front Street, Third Floor

About the Author:  Anne studied drama at Greenwich House Children's Theatre in NYC, and performed with the Thalians in Wilmington, NC. She is a charter member of Playwrights Producing Company, and earned an MFA in creative writing from UNC-Wilmington. Her film documentaries, Remarkable Journey The Albemarle and Remarkable Journey The Cape Fear, have been broadcast on UNC Public TV. (Bio Credit, The Author's Official Facebook Page)

About the Book: While Hurricane Mariah forms in the Atlantic, retired superior court judge and Fearrington Yacht Club commodore Dan McInnes, skipper of Mandamus, finds himself restless. California investigative journalist Windham Doubeck challenges Dan to question his lifelong Southern aristocrat assumptions as with her he explores local cultures and experiences attitudinal sea change. (Credit: