The writers’ teacher publishes his first book


Hour 2

The founder and facilitator of the Rittenhouse Writers’ Group, JAMES RAHN, will be celebrating 25 years of helping writers get their stories out – some to big publishing house, and some to the page from their deep, hidden memories. His first novel, “Bloodnight,” describes the hard-scrabble lives of a pack of boys who, without a lot of parental supervision, survive and reap the benefits of violent rites-of-passage and learn how to hustle through their days in a familiar Jersey Shore town.

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