GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 28, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)-- Gloucester City, known in the ‘70’s and ‘80’s as a ‘party town’, where gatherings of young people often ended in arrests, is now being known as an enclave of authors and artists.
Two local authors have seen success with their book collections: Joe Gorman’s “The Karma Cleaner” and before that, “Make Today Count” have gained popularity locally and on Amazon, as has Dawn Watson’s “Slices of Pi” trilogy, set in a little town called Pi, which mirrors Gloucester City. The characters in Watson’s books are based on people she knows and local streets, stores, and other businesses are named in the series. Her fourth novel, "The Dementia Chronicles", will be a non-fiction work about caring for her mother, who suffers from progressive dementia.
Artists Debra Sachs and Marilyn Keating are the owners of The South Jersey Museum of Curiosities, which facilitates their growing collaborative and public art projects.
Debra and Marilyn’s website and samples of their work can be found at http:// www.sjmoc.com/.
Joe Gorman’s books are available at Sunshine Flowers & Gifts as well as on Amazon.com.
Dawn Watson’s books are available on her Facebook page, ‘The Slices of Pi Trilogy’ on Amazon.com, on Amazon Kindle, and by contacting her, directly at 856.981.8957.
Pictured: Dawn Watson