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Summer Book Bingo 2: Adventures with A Good Book

In my last post, I told you about all the fun squares/book choices of the Seattle Summer Book Bingo. One of those squares said to get a recommendation from an independent bookseller, so I headed over to… 1,296 more words


Adam Gallardo to Speak at Washington County Writer's Forum July 6, 2017

Washington County Writer’s Forum’s next meeting Hillsboro is July 6, 2017, with Adam Gallardo, author of young adult zombie fiction novels.

The group meets at Insomnia Cafe in downtown Hillsboro from 7-9PM.

Local Writers And Groups News

Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside ... but perhaps when it's a bit warmer!

Over the past couple of years, I’ve undertaken a few library talks and even visited a local writers’ group to speak, but I had an opportunity to participate in something a little different yesterday … 722 more words

Lend an Ear 2017 on July 8, 2017

The 8th Annual Lend an Ear, Come and Hear reading event is July 8, 2017, at Plum Hill Winery in Gaston, Oregon. It begins at 10:30AM and goes to approximately 1PM, and is produced by Writers in the Grove. 231 more words


Photos from Roundabout Nights - 9 March

Here are some photos from Roundabout Nights on 9 March 2017. Guest headliners, Connor Sansby and Neanderthal Bard, plus open mic slots from Setarah Ebrahimi, SM Jenkin, Razz Saunders, Jonathan Terranova, SFH, Jo Murray, Matt Chamberlain, Luna Travers, Phil Kane, Sam Rapp, Clair Meyrick, SFH and a musical interlude from Didi Bergman. 30 more words

Live Literature

Rotten Kid reveals its author's vulnerability – scars and all

I was not a popular kid. I read books under my desk during Math class and escaped into worlds kinder than this one. I see myself in “Rotten Kid,” a new hybrid chapbook by Ben Brindise and if you were ever a kid – rotten or otherwise – I suspect you will too. 658 more words