Lee St John * Southern Humorist


Author and humorist known for her Southern Charm, Lee St. John writes her columns for the Georgia newspapers, The Newnan Times-Herald, The Rockdale/Newton Citizen, and the Fayette-News. A popular stand-up comedienne and entertainer, she rats out herself, family, friends, co-workers, and even celebrities in her 2 author narrated audio books in the SHE’S A KEEPER! series. Her outrageous tell-all, SHE’S A KEEPER! Cockamamie Memoirs from a Hot Southern Mess can be found on Amazon.  Her funny teacher stories (although anyone who attended a classroom can relate), SHE’S A KEEPER! Funny Teacher Stories from Real Southern Classrooms is also found on Amazon.

Lee St. John

#1 Amazon Humor Short Reads
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Newspaper: Contributor to Newnan Times-Herald (Ga.), Fayette-News
(Fayetteville, Ga.), and the Rockdale/Newnan Citizen (Conyers,
Ga./Covington, Ga.)
LIVE FB: HOST for “Spilling the Beans Book Club”
Pinterest: LeeStJohnAuthor
Guest Speaker: popular Southern humorist of observational humor

National Society of Newspaper Columnists
Atlanta Writers Club
Humorous Writers of America
Panel Member of Southern Living Magazine’s THE FRONT PORCH

Lee St. is a rogue Southern Belle, a high-jinx expert, and mayhem confessor. You’ll see. Twisted, uproarious, revealing, delicious, quirky, surprising, warm, humorous, heartfelt, or scandalous. Take your pick. You’ll find them all in these true stories about family, friends, co-workers, and others whose names she cloaks when telling her tales. Well, she had to. In her latest published book, SHE’S A KEEPER! Compositions from a Southern Girl’s Classroom, she is spilling the beans about all the funnies that either happened to her or to teacher friends in elementary through college classrooms. Even if you are not an educator, you will be able to relate as a former student. She shares how her high school students placed matches in her felt erasers, which she swiped across a slate blackboard and started a fire. Then another time her own kindergarten son was reprimanded for placing CORN DOG STICKS up his nose at lunch. After a middle school aptitude test, her son’s friend future occupation was determined she should be a clown…or (you’ll have to read it!) And her college stories are more mortifying. Buckle up for a unpredictable ride.
Can be found on Amazon.com

March  Appearances :

March 1-2 – Dahlonaga Literary Festival

March 14 – Cobb/Marietta Retired Educators Association

First United Methodist Church, Marietta, Georgia

11:30 – 2:00

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