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The Country Bookshop is partnering with The Weymouth Center for the Arts and Humanities to host Courtney Maum to celebrate her memoir The Year of the Horses!

Located at The Weymouth Center, this event will be held on May 17th at 5:30 pm.

This will be a free event but due to limited space, registration is required.


The Year of the Horses is a memoir that covers Courtney's return to a childhood passion of horseback riding (after a 30 year departure) and rides her way back from depression. As she finds her way, once again, through the world of contemporary horseback riding--Courtney becomes reacquainted with herself not only as a rider but as a mother, wife, daughter, writer, and woman. Alternating timelines and braided with historical portraits of women and horses alongside history's attempts to tame both parties, The Year of the Horses is an inspiring love letter to the power of animals--and humans--to heal the mind and the heart.
Courtney Maum is the author of the novels Costalegre; Touch; and I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You; and a guide for writers, Before and After the Book Deal. The Year of the Horses has been named the most anticipated book of 2022 by The Millions, LitHub and The Rumpus. Courtney founded The Cabins, a collaborative retreat for people in the creative arts. The Cabins creative knowledge exchange program is open to artists, writers, musicians, dancers, filmmakers, poets was founded by Courtney on the tenets of open-mindedness, collaboration, and financial accessibility. Her writing and essays have been widely published in such outlets as The New York Times; O, the Oprah Magazine; Interview Magazine; and Modern Loss. She lives in Litchfield County, Connecticut.


In 2022, Weymouth Center is celebrating the 100th anniversary of our historic Boyd House by hosting the "Weymouth Wonderful 100," a year-long series of 100 events and programs designed to foster and serve our community.


Venue Information

Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities
Office: 555 E Connecticut Ave Send mail to: PO Box 939
SOUTHERN PINES, NC 28388
(910) 692-6261
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Organizer Information

The Country Bookshop


140 NW Broad Street
Southern Pines, NC 28387
(910) 692-3211

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