Killer Nashville Donates Books to the Nashville Public Library

Nashville Public Library Book Donation
In the Nashville Public Library’s Grand Reading Room are, from left, Maria Giordano of American Blackguard Inc., Kyle Barber, the library’s manager of adult services, Clay Stafford, CEO of American Blackguard and founder of Killer Nashville, and Betsy Fisher, senior researcher. Stafford donated more than 200 books to the library Friday, June 19, 2015.

Killer Nashville founder Clay Stafford recently gifted more than 200 books to the Nashville Public Library on behalf of the Killer Nashville organization.

The books will be processed for circulation at the main library, branches throughout Davidson County, and for literary programs sponsored by the public library. Many of the titles offered are from former Silver Falchion nominees and winners who participated in the Killer Nashville literary competition.

Read more about the donation on the press page.