Lisa M. Russell supports regional historical and archaeology societies. She is a member of Society for Georgia Archaeology, Bartow History Museum, Etowah Valley Historical Society, Whitfield-Murray Historical Society, and the Cherokee County Historical Society. She earned her Masters of Arts degree in professional writing from Kennesaw State University. Lisa teaches English full-time at Georgia Northwestern Technical College. She is a part-time professor of communication at Kennesaw State University. She also teaches at Belhaven University. In her “spare-time” You can find Lisa exploring North Georgia for her next story.
Lost Mill Towns of North Georgia (coming early 2020)
Speaking to Your Group
I would love to come speak to your group. As you can see from my events page, I am on the go across North Georgia. Please help me keep traveling Georgia speaking about North Georgia history. Consider offering an expense fee to cover my transportation when I come to your event.
If your event is outside of Metro Atlanta, consider applying for a Literary Events Grant of Georgia that will pay writers a fee to come to your event, at no cost to you. I am on the Georgia Writers Registry (GWR)
Let’s keep regional history alive.
My very best to you,
Lisa M. Russell
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