Upcoming library programs will focus on writers, writing and computer skills
PRINCETON — May brings a focus on writers and writing, as well as computer skills to the Princeton Public Library.
At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, local writer Trey R. Barker celebrates the publication of his newest Barefield novel, “Exit Blood,” with a reading at the library.
Barker’s writing comes straight from the streets he patrols as a county deputy. From drugs to fraud, sex abuse to bar fights, much of what he deals with during the day goes into the stories he writes at night. He spent many years as a journalist before getting into law enforcement, and still occasionally blogs non-fiction in between writing short stories and novels. Barker also teaches at the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois and is the crisis negotiator for the Illinois Valley Special Response Team.
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