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Cooper’s Loot by Rick E. George

It’s 1972, but the Neanderthal editors of Bev Wikowski’s newspaper don’t have a clue. They’ve assigned her to the Women’s Pages. They put her desk near the door so she can greet newsroom visitors. It’s a wonder they haven’t asked her to make coffee. So when Bev receives an offer to help find the buried…

Author Event in McMinnville

McMinnville Center for the Arts (MECA) is inviting Romance writers to attend “An Evening with Oregon Writers” for Romance Awareness month on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. This is a wonderful opportunity to display and sell your books, meet other authors and artists, and enjoy an evening surrounded by beautiful art. If…

Susan DuMond Publishes “Another Place Called Home”

Susan DuMond’s memoir, Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care, revisits six teenage years in a group foster care home. Told in the young girl’s voice, the story reveals what any foster child would want to be known: how their futures seem to be made from sadness and thin air. And how mentoring can save…

Corvallis: September Open Mic

September Open Mic                           “Reading your work or work-in-progress gives you the opportunity to hear and to be heard. Does the audience sigh? Do they gasp? Do they laugh outright? Does the page read smoothly for you? In other words, does your writing…

Corvallis: The Universal Grammar of Story with Hazel Denhart

The Universal Grammar of Story Hazel Denheart will present a brief overview of her Universal Grammar of Story: the three primal forces drawing each writer into their stories, the role of emotional and intuitive thinking in writing, the core theories of structure and timing, and the role of mythology in stories. About Hazel Denhart Dr.…

Corvallis: The Universal Grammar of Story with Hazel Denhart

The Universal Grammar of Story The author, Hazel Denhart will provide a brief overview of the Universal Grammar of Story: the three primal forces drawing each writer into their story, the role of emotional and intuitive thinking in writing, the core theories of structure and timing, and the role of mythology in stories. About Hazel…

Vancouver: Using Poetry to Heighten Your Prose with Armin Tolentino

Using Poetry to Heighten Your Prose Sometimes drip coffee can use a shot of espresso. How can short stories and novels benefit from the concentrated, distilled nature of poetry? Poet Armin Tolentino will share ideas for how prose writers can utilize elements of poetic craft to sharpen imagery, shape the work’s sonic atmosphere, and inspire…

Member News: Lake Oswego author at Barnes & Noble Bridgeport

Riley Costello will be signing copies of her novel, Waiting at Hayden’s, and modeling some of its shoppable fashions at the Bridgeport Barnes & Noble in Tigard on Saturday, July 6 at 12:00 noon. She Reads recently named Waiting at Hayden’s a “best beach read”. Fox News says it is “flipping the script on traditional…

Corvallis: Willamette Writers on the River presents June Open Mic

Willamette Writers on the River presents June Open Mic Reading your work or work-in-progress gives you the opportunity to hear and to be heard. Does the audience sigh? Do they gasp? Do they laugh outright? Does the page read smoothly for you? In other words, does your writing bring the audience into your experience successfully?…