TMC’s New Writer-in-Residence to Appear at Joseph Beth Booksellers Tonight

Thomas More College recently announced its new Creative Writing Vision Program, supported by a grant from the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, PNC Bank, Trustee. A key component of the Creative Writing Vision Program is the addition of author and teacher Pauletta Hansel to the TMC faculty as the College’s first writer-in-residence, offering both on- and off-campus writing experiences for TMC students and the community-at-large. Tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 5, Hansel will offer a poetry reading and book signing at Joseph Beth Booksellers in Crestview Hills, Ky. In addition to serving as writer-in-residence at Thomas More College, she also leads community poetry workshops for the Urban Appalachian Council, Grailville, in Loveland, Ohio, and elsewhere.  Hansel is the author of four collections of poetry, her most recent publications being The Lives We Live in Houses and What I Did There.  Contact (859) 912-7860 or visit