The Friends' Council of the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library invites you to their 4th Annual Authors Program. The event will take place on Sunday, April 23 at 2:00 at the AUC Woodruff Library in the Virginia Lacy Exhibition Hall. The Authors Program provides a platform for local novelists to share their works and network with other participants while expanding the Library’s exposure to the community. This year’s theme is A Road Travelled, and keynote speakers/novelists, Henrietta Stith Andrews and Marjorie L. Kimbrough will share the routes they took that penned the pages of their life stories. Henrietta Stith Andrews is the author of “My Short Hair Tell It All,” which started as a personal journal during her teenage years and then turned into a self-published book. She is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ having served as a pastor and Associate Conference minister. Marjorie L. Kimbrough holds a Master’s degree from the AUC’s Interdenominational Theological Center. She has written several books to include “Order My Steps” and “Accept No Limitations.” The latter won her the 1991 Georgia Author of the year award in the area of nonfiction. She is also a former Professor of Religion at Clark Atlanta University. Since 2013, the Authors Program has been held at the award-winning AUC Woodruff Library and has become the signature event of the Friends’ Council- a groups of community influencers who advocate for and bring awareness to the AUC Woodruff Library.