Amy Foster Myer

Amy Foster Myer is a writer and instructor living in Portland, Oregon with her wife, daughter, and Boston Terrier. She holds an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Her fiction has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, Jabberwock Review, Pacifica Literary Review, Prime Number, and others. She has just completed a novel and is in the process of casting for and catching that sliver-finned agent. She also offers a community education course with PCC on publishing short fiction in literary online journals. Learn more at www.amyfostermyer.wordpress.com

Turn Bad Writing Days into Good Ones

Turn Bad Writing Days into Good Ones

The November 7th meeting of Willamette Writers brought William Kenower, teacher of the Fearless Writing Series, to the Old Church to share his perspectives for building up a strong writing life while keeping the topics that interest and engage us forefront in our minds. One of the things I enjoyed so much about Kenower’s presentation…

Author Marketing – Notes from WW Portland Meeting with Tex Thompson

The June 6th Willamette Writers meeting was a wonderful time to be in community with one of my very favorite presenters from last year’s conference, Tex Thompson. The presentation focused on how writers can promote and market themselves, a topic that has become more and more important as the entire publishing landscape shifts into an…

Literary Agent DongWon Song on the A + B = Awesome Formula

DongWon Song at WilWrite Portland PDX Jan 2017 Photo Credit Gail Pasternack

Notes from Agent DongWon Song’s Talk at Willamette Writers Portland’s Monthly Meeting, January 03, 2017, by member Amy Foster Myer. Willamette Writers launched 2017 with an excellent presentation and Q&A session in Portland with local agent DongWon Song, who agents for Howard Morhaim Literary Agency. DongWon also participates in the publishing graduate program at PSU and…