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Member News: Publication of First Fiction Book

At Face Value Robert Hesslink Jr

Robert Hesslink Jr is proud to announce the publication of his first book of fiction, At Face Value. A contemporary story about face recognition and personal freedom with a little bit of political conspiracy and social injustice thrown in. Travel along with Nigel Grant and his girlfriend, Clare, on his first assignment for Face Value…

Member News: Jim Mockford Article Published, June 2020

Jim Mockford’s article “Serving Like Seth: Remembering a Meals on Wheels Service Hero Seth Young (1922-2018)” was published in Meals on Wheels People News last week, a print only (no digital) newsletter and mailed to 12,000 donors in our area. The idea began when my company, Wacom Technology Corp., selected Meals on Wheels as our…

Online: WW Book Club – Survival Math by Mitchell S. Jackson

Willamette Writers Online Book Club

Join us to discuss Survival Math by Mitchell S. Jackson. In anticipation of Mitchell S. Jackson’s keynote at the 2020 Willamette Writers Online Conference, we invite you to participate in an online book club discussing Jackson’s Survival Math: Notes on an All-American Family. The event will take place on Thursday July 23, at 6pm PST. The conversation will be…

Member News: The Investigators Book Group- Webcast

Investigators Book Group Webcast Brooks Kendall

Valerie Brooks & Wendy Kendall will be your hosts for this new webcast. Each month, a well-known author’s novel will be the group read. At the end of the month, the author will be a guest on the show. Come interact with the author and “investigate” the who, what, when, where and how of the…

Member News: Chopin’s Echoes is Published!

Chopin’s Echoes: Music, Love and Misery is a new novel published by Portland writer Susan Booth Larson. It explores the true love story of composer Frederic Chopin, whose marriage engagement was cruelly broken off because of the times in which he lived. We all know Chopin, but what do we know about the young woman…

Member News: First Book Finished, Website Published!

If You Want to be Happy Forever, Make a Garden: The Quirky Guide to Making Gardens and Understanding Plants is the title of my first book, now finished and starting to test its wings on my newly published website. I know that the title is uncomfortably long, and a professional editor may want to cut…

Member News: “Mourning” included in Plague 2020 Anthology

Montgomery Mourning Plague 2020 Anthology

Dede Montgomery’s poem, titled “Mourning” was included in the anthology, Plague 2020, compiled, edited and released in June by Mahmaz Badihian (MahMag World Literature). This anthology includes COVID-19 related art and poetry from artists and writers throughout the world. Over 2000 submissions trimmed to 100 poets and 120 artists. Profits benefit Unicef. Find out more

Member News: Have Chapters — Will Critique

I’m an active novelist who’s new to the Greater Portland area and looking for a small group of serious writers to share scene and chapter critiques—online now and meeting regularly later. Either preread or orally delivered material is fine with me. My style is aimed at offering friendly and helpful critiques from a fiction lover’s…

Member News: McMinnville Short Film Festival Call for Submissions

McMinniville Short Film Festival call for entries

The McMinnville Short Film Festival is celebrating its 10th year, and submissions are now open for all categories. The festival takes place February 19-21, 2021, presenting 80-85 films of 20 minutes or less from around the world across 3 days. The MSFF is proud to highlight its new Shawash Ilihi Award for films by Native…