Join NETWO at Herschel's in Mt. Pleasant at 6:00 pm for Skip Hughes: Why fiction authors should read poetry
SKIP HUGHES recently moved to Northeast Texas, having lived in Indiana for seven years. He was a long-time member and past-president of NETWO. Skip
moved to Indiana following the death of his wife Lynne Anne, who also was a member. He has only recently returned to stay, in part to once more
be active in NETWO.
Skip has published one book of poetry, entitled "Chuckleberry Chutney," and has a privately printed chapbook, "A Pot of Message." He is working on
a book-length poem, "The Odyssey of Thomas Hodgie."
Skip lays absolute claim to fame upon one interesting fact. He has attended graduate school, on campus, at a major state university in every U.S. state
beginning with "O," all in different subjects and in reverse alphabetical order. These educational excursions resulted in one M.A., and an almost
Ph.D. He has taught various subjects at five different colleges and universities, including NTCC.