Uxbridge author hosts readings of ‘Foxfyre’
Uxbridge author and artist Sion Irwin-Childs is hosting a special two-part reading of his new book “Foxfyre” at the Uxbridge Public Library tonight and later this month.
Set in the rugged, rolling landscape of Canada’s beautiful East Coast, “Foxfyre” is a dramatic tale for kids and those that were.
Both readings will be accompanied by projected illustrations from “Foxfyre” and several hundred additional images created especially for the 2019 ‘ “Foxfyre” Reading Tour.’ “Foxfyre” books and book art will be available for purchase and signing at the conclusion of both events.
Sion Irwin-Childs said in a press release that he was grateful to the Uxbridge Public Library for generously donating space for the “Foxfyre” readings and providing free access to resources that were integral to the completion of the book.
The first of these free, open to all ages readings, occurs tonight, Thursday May 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Uxbridge Public Library, lower level. The second will take place next week, on Thursday, May 30, also at 6:30 p.m., also in the Uxbridge Public Library, lower level.
Additional information can be found at Foxfyreproductions@outlook.com