Twenty published authors came to Little Flower High School Saturday, April 26 for the Little Flower Teen Writer’s Festival. They hosted break-out sessions for the students in the all-day event whose theme was “How to write (and illustrate) like you mean it.” It was organized by Little Flower teacher and Immaculate Heart Sister Kimberly Miller and author K.M. Walton, who was also the keynote speaker. The authors included Walton, who wrote the critically acclaimed “Cracked and Empty;” Beth Kephart, award winning author of “Small Damages” and Judy Schachner, best-selling author of the “SkippyJon Jones” series. Watch a video of the event here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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