Waylon County: Texas Stories by Heath Dollar Launches Saturday, October 7, 2017

Join Sleeping Panther Press and author Heath Dollar as we celebrate the launch of Waylon County: Texas Stories, a collection of well-crafted short stories surrounding the people of and from a fictional Texas Hill Country county.

Date: Saturday, October 7, 2017
Time: 4pm-6pm
Funkytown Festival's Creative Arts Lounge
1549 North Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76164
The festivities are from 4pm-6pm, with a brief author reading beginning at 4:30pm. Copies will be available for purchase before and after the reading for $15.

Please park either on the street surrounding the building, or across the street behind the Mercado Building (accessible from both 14th and 20th Streets.

RSVP via the Facebook Event Page.

About the Book:
Whether they left home fast or would never dream of leaving, Waylon County is about folks from the heart of the Texas Hill Country. A nine-time bride is faced with a law stopping her from marrying again. A military contractor, fresh from Afghanistan, enters the Wailin’ Biscuit CafĂ© with a comfort monkey on his back, and a bookman descended from Spanish explorers discovers an incredible treasure. Waylon County is Texas itself. It is a place of fable, satire, and the slow drawl of truth.
About the Author:
Heath Dollar is a native Texan, and his family has lived in the state for more than 150 years. His writing has appeared in the Dallas Morning News, among other publications, with his fiction receiving recognition from the Texas Observer. He has lived in both Europe and Asia, and his work as the lyricist and frontman for a blues-rock band was released on a Prague record label. You can read more about and by Heath on his blog at heathdollar.blogspot.com.