For more information: https://www.artsbythepeople.org/event-poss/2021/4/29/across-the-platform Thursday, April 29, 2021 8:00 PM 9:15 PM Join us for an evening of poetry and prose from across our diverse landscape. To register send an […]
Books in Common NW is excited to welcome three fantastic poets , including two state Poet Laureates, to share their art, philosophy and work with us.
Kim Stafford will read from his new poetry book, Singer Come from Afar, following by a short conversation with Corvallis writer Jeff Fearnside, and audience Q&A. The reading will include […]
Our next Hen House at Home virtual event features two poets from the newest addition to Red Hen Press, our Crooked Hearts imprint! Crooked Hearts Press focuses on work from […]
https://www.flintridgebooks.com/instore-events/2021/5/11/virtual-event-memoir-authors-converse-in-recognition-of-mental-health-awareness-month VIRTUAL Event: Memoir authors converse in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month PAOLINA MILANA, DEBORAH LOTT, AND SUSAN AUERBACH Thursday, May 13, 2021 5:30 PM 7:00 PM Flintridge Bookstore858 Foothill […]
The Hen House at Home Virtual Event Series continues with a reading and conversation featuring Judy Grahn, Kim Stafford, and Gary Lemons! These three incredible writers discuss their latest collections, […]
Reading and Conversation with Judy Gran & Gary Lemons
Featuring Laura Marris, Cynthia Hogue, Christina Pugh, Jeredith Merrin https://www.mooreconference.org/
Streamed live on redhen.org, facebook.com/redhenpress, and youtube.com/redhenpressbeats Continuing our poetry lecture and conversation series are Jason Schneiderman and Ellen Bass, moderated by Douglas Manuel, on the queer voice in poetry, […]
June 2, 1:00pm EST Join BUY ME LOVE author Martha Cooley and The Secret of Lost Things author Sheridan Hay for a fantastic reading and conversation at the Center for […]
Tune in here on June 4th, from 11:15-11:30AM EST!
Reading and Panel discussion with: Cathy Barber, Marisa P. Clark, Cynthia Hogue, Hannah Marshall, Christine Potter, and Sara Moore Wagner; this session will be moderated by Elizabeth Savage.