HAL WILSON TO ADDRESS EASTERN SHORE WRITERS' ASSOCIATION The Eastern Shore Writers' Association "Second Saturday" program on November 11 will offer a treat for lovers of fine writing, fine interviewing, and fine broadcasting. Former ESWA president Hal Wilson will discuss what he has learned from hosting 50 installments of "Delmarva Today: Writer's Edition" on Delmarva Public Radio. The program is free and open to the public at Brew River Restaurant, 502 W Main St, Salisbury, MD 21801. Attendees are on their own for food and drink purchases. All writers and lovers of good writing are welcome. Wilson lives with his wife Marilyn on Kent Island. In addition to the recently published novel, A Taste of Salt, his writings include The Night Blooming Cereus and Other Stories, a novella and short stories. He also publishes essays, poetry, literary criticism, and short stories on his website, www.haroldowilson.com. In addition to writing, Wilson hosts the monthly “Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition” for Delmarva Public Radio at WSDL 90.7 and hosts the quarterly “Delmarva Radio Theatre” which airs on Delmarva Public Radio’s classical music station at WSCL 89.5. Both programs are streamed at www.delmarvapublicradio.net and program podcasts are found on the same website. Wilson is co- fiction editor of The Delmarva Review. He is also a past president of The Eastern Shore Writer’s Association. For more information on ESWA, see www.easternshorewriters.org.