There’s books and magazines galore.
On the shelves and on the floor,
There’s comfy chairs and a whole lot more,
And you can smoke outside the door.
There’s books on tape and DVDs
Down at the County Library.
Walt Pilcher wrote parody radio commercials at age eleven, foreshadowing a career in consumer products marketing. He moonlighted as a fiction and song writer, publishing a story in the first issue of Galileo magazine and satire in The Worm Runner’s Digest. He was a contributing editor of In-Store Marketing by Michael Wahl and an editor and first-reader of More than We Can Imagine by Rev. Dick Robinson. He is a member of WGOT, the Greensboro Playwrights’ Forum and NC Writers’ Network and an alumnus of writing classes at the Greensboro School of Creativity and UNCG.