Willamette Writers

Warren Easley’s Not Dead Enough Available

NOT DEAD ENOUGH, the fourth book in the Cal Claxton Oregon Mystery series (Poisoned Pen Press) will launch at Annie Bloom’s Books at 7 pm on June 15. Please join author Warren C. Easley for wine, snacks, and a reading that finds Cal involved in a deadly cold case dating back to the flooding of…

How to Register for a Pitch

We are releasing pitch times in blocks on April 28th, May 23rd, and June 6th (all at midnight). This ensures everyone can get access to pitch times. Pitches are $25, and there is no limit to the amount of pitch times you choose. The Pitch Schedule (PDF) shows you which times are available at this time.  Please note that the registration system will only show…

Jill Kelly Book Signing for Broken Boys

Jill Kelly

Jill Kelly will be selling books and reading from Broken Boys, talking about villains and detectives, and answering questions about the writing life. Tuesday May 10, 7 pm Where: First Cup Coffee, 41st and Woodstock, Portland About Broken Boys: Maggie Morehouse has a husband who ignores her and a grown son who doesn’t need her.…

Bonnie Dodge’s Blog Featured in Feisty After 45

Cover of Bonnie Dodge's Feisty After 45

Bonnie Dodge’s blog, “Facing Another Birthday with Humor,” was chosen as one of the blogs featured in the newly released FEISTY AFTER 45 The Best Blogs from Midlife Women. The book contains humorous and inspirational blogs from 45 of the best midlife bloggers, offering proof that tumbling over the far side of 45 is worth…

Kaylin McFarren’s Banished Threads Published

Continuing with her action-packed mystery series, Kaylin McFarren releases the much-anticipated Banished Threads (Creative Edge Publishing LLC)  – the third book in her Threads series, featuring treasure hunters and adventure seekers Rachel Lyons and Chase Cohen. A valuable art collection disappears turning a treasure-hunting duo into crime-stopping sleuths willing to risk their lives to vindicate…

FiLMLaB Podcast Episode 3: Copyright

FiLMLaB’s third podcast deals with copyright; a brief discussion with screenwriter Randall Jahnson, WW Visual Media Director Ruth Witteried, and attorney and FiLMLaB co-founder, Stefan Feuerherdt. [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/ww-filmlab/wwc-filmlab-copyright” params=”color=00cc11&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_artwork=true&visual=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]

F.I. Goldhaber Poems Published

F.I. Goldhaber’s poem “Little Old White Lady,” a true story of racism in Portland, appears March 7, 2016 on The New Verse News, which presents politically progressive poetry on current events and topical issues. http://newversenews.blogspot.com/2016/03/little-old-white-lady.html F.I. Goldhaber’s poem “Cycle of Life” appears on page 12 of the debut issue of Icarus Down Review, a monthly…