EVENTS


Upcoming Readings & Events




Judith Arcana, Michael Spring & Amy Miller
Free Range Poetry Reading Series
Monday, October 2, 2017, 6:30–8:00 p.m.
Multnomah County Library (Northwest)
2300 NW Thurman St.
Portland, Oregon
(503) 988-5560
freerangepoetrypdx@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/freerangepoetryPDX/

I’m delighted to be reading again with my friends Judith Arcana and Michael Spring, this time on Judith’s home turf of Portland.

Judith Arcana’s poems, stories and essays have appeared widely in journals and anthologies for many years. Her books and book-like objects include a folding broadside (POEMS), a poetry chapbook manuscript in a cartoon envelope (Family Business), a chapbook of poems about immigration written in the voices of high school students (4th Period English), and What if your mother, a full-length collection of poems about a constellation of motherhood themes. Among her nonfiction books is Grace Paley’s Life Stories: A Literary Biography. Judith was a teacher for more than forty years, and now she isn’t.

Michael Spring’s first book blue crow (LitPot press, Inc., 2003) was translated into Portuguese by The University of the Azores, Portugal. A group of poems from his second book Mudsong (Pygmy Forest Press, 2005) won the 2004 Robert Graves Award. Mudsong was also included in a list of 150 outstanding poetry books in Oregon history, nominated by the public and announced in 2007 by Oregon State Library and Poetry Northwest. His third book, Root of Lightning (Pygmy Forest Press, 2011), was awarded an honorable mention for the 2012 Eric Hoffer Book Award, and his chapbook blue wolf (Dancing Moon Press, 2013) won the 2013 Turtle Island Poetry Award.

Amy Miller’s writing has appeared in many journals, including Bellingham Review, Nimrod, Rattle, Willow SpringsZYZZYVA, and The Poet’s Market. She won the Cultural Center of Cape Cod National Poetry Competition, judged by Tony Hoagland, and the Jack Grapes Poetry Prize from Cultural Weekly, and has been a finalist for the Tinderbox Poetry Prize, Pablo Neruda Prize, and 49th Parallel Award. Her recent chapbooks include I Am on a River and Cannot Answer (BOAAT Press), Rough House (White Knuckle Press), White Noise Lullaby, and In the Hand. She lives in Ashland, Oregon, where she works as the publications project manager for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.




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Shelly Krehbiel, Michael Spring & Amy Miller
Springfield Poetry Series
Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
Emerald Art Center
500 E. Main St.
Springfield, Oregon
Sponsored by the Lane Literary Guild

It's an honor to be invited to read at this successful series hosted by Willamette Valley luminaries Carter McKenzie and Jenny Root.

Shelly Krehbiel’s poems have appeared in publications such as The Midwest Quarterly, The Fourth River, and Sulphur River Literary Review. She has contributed work to the dis-articulations poetry project and To The Stars Through Difficulties: A Kansas Renga in 150 Voices. Her poem, May, was an honorable mention for the 2015 Lois Cranston Memorial Prize.

Michael Spring’s fourth poetry book, Unfolding the Field, was published in 2016. He has won numerous awards, including the Robert Graves Award, the Turtle Island Poetry Award, and a Luso-American Fellowship from DISQUIET International. He is a farmer and a martial arts instructor. He is also a poetry editor for the Pedestal Magazine and the editor-in-chief for Flowstone Press.

Amy Miller’s writing has appeared in journals ranging from Asimov’s Science Fiction and Fine Gardening to Gulf Coast, Nimrod, Rattle, and ZYZZYVA, and her articles on writing and publishing have appeared in the last six editions of The Poet’s Market. Her full-length poetry collection The Trouble with New England Girls won the Louis Award from Concrete Wolf Press and will be published next year.




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Friends of the Hannon Library Speaker Series
Guest speaker, Amy Miller:
"Publishing Your Poetry in Today's Literary Landscape
Monday, October 16, 2017, 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Meese Room (#305), Hannon Library
Southern Oregon University
Ashland, Oregon

"With so many ways to get published these days—print vs. online, national vs. local, traditional vs. self-publishing—it’s easy to get overwhelmed when choosing a place to send your poems or book manuscript. This one-hour presentation will offer encouragement, tips, and tough-love advice."

Yep, me talking for an hour about something I could talk about for years. The challenge will be what to cram into 60 minutes. I'll be aiming it at those needing a pep talk to get them on the road to publishing, but I'll have tidbits for experienced poets too, like how to make submitting less like drudgery and more like a sport, tips for keeping up your enthusiasm, and tricks for coping with rejection when the inevitable happens. We'll touch on both worlds—publishing individual poems as well as books—in this action-packed hour.




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Ongoing: 


Downtowne Coffee House Open Mike
Second Thursday of each month, 7:00 (sign-ups start at 6:30)
Downtowne Coffee House
200 Talent Ave., Talent, Oregon



Rogue Poetry Slam
Third Tuesday of each month, 8:00 (sign-ups start at 7:30)
Caldera Tap House
31 Water St., #2, Ashland, Oregon
(541) 482-7468
$5 cover; proceeds go to winners
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Past Readings & Events


Amy MacLennan & Amy Miller
First Draft Writers’ Series
Thursday, August 17, 2017, 7:00 p.m.
Pendleton Center for the Arts
214 North Main
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 278-9201
http://pendletonarts.org/index_files/first_draft.htm

What a thrill to be invited to read at Bette Lynch Husted’s First Draft Writers’ Series in Pendleton. We two Amys will read for an hour-ish, followed by a break and then (rumor has it) a lively open mike.

Amy MacLennan’s work has been published in Cimarron ReviewCloudbankFolioHayden’s Ferry ReviewLinebreakNaugatuck River ReviewPainted Bride QuarterlyPearl MagazinePoet’s MarketRiver StyxSpillwayThe OregonianThe Pedestal MagazineWindfall, and Wisconsin Review. She has published two chapbooks: Weathering (Uttered Chaos Press, 2012), and The Fragile Day (Spire Press, 2011). She has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor and Verse Daily. Amy’s first full-length collection, The Body, A Tree, was released from MoonPath Press in April 2016.

Amy Miller’s writing has appeared in many journals, including Bellingham ReviewNimrodRattleWillow SpringsZYZZYVA, and The Poet’s Market. She won the Cultural Center of Cape Cod National Poetry Competition, judged by Tony Hoagland, and the Jack Grapes Poetry Prize from Cultural Weekly, and has been a finalist for the Tinderbox Poetry Prize, Pablo Neruda Prize, and 49th Parallel Award. Her recent chapbooks include I Am on a River and Cannot Answer (BOAAT Press), Rough House (White Knuckle Press), White Noise Lullaby, and In the Hand. She lives in Ashland, Oregon, where she works as the publications project manager for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.




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Judith Arcana, Michael Spring & Amy Miller



Thursday, November 3, 2016, 7–8 p.m.



Bloomsbury Books



290 E. Main St.



Ashland, Oregon



(541) 488-0029



http://bloomsburyashland.com



























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Oregon Poetry Association Conference
Friday–Sunday, September 30–October 2, 2016



Come join keynote speaker John Witte, Oregon poet laureate Elizabeth Woody, Oregon Book Award winners Willa Schneberg and Penelope Scambly Schott, and Stewart Holbrook Award winner George Venn, among many others. Attend stimulating workshops, readings, and panels; celebrate the re-opening of the Oregon Poetry Collection at its new home in the Knight Library; browse the book tables; participate in open mics; or just hang out with fellow poets and enjoy. Conference workshops will take place at the Valley River Inn; readings and presentations will be at University of Oregon’s Knight Library and Tsunami Books. $65 for OPA members; $75 for non-members. Readings are open to the public. See website for details and registration information. 



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Ashland Book and Author Festival
Saturday, October 8, 2016, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University
1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, Oregon
http://hanlib.sou.edu/bookfest/




This well-organized book festival showcases dozens of writers and publishers from all over the Pacific Northwest. This year the book tables will all be on the first floor of the library, making for a consolidated hub of book browsing. Conference rooms will hold readings, panels, and workshops all day. Every year the hardest part is deciding which of the many presentations to attend. 




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Mark Neely and Vince Wixon
Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029


Mark Neely is the author of Beasts of the Hill and Dirty Bomb, both from Oberlin College Press. His awards include an NEA Poetry Fellowship, an Indiana Individual Artist grant, the FIELD Poetry Prize, and the Concrete Wolf Press chapbook award for Four of a Kind. His poems have appeared in Gulf CoastIndiana ReviewBoulevardSalt HillWillow Springs, and elsewhere.

Vince Wixon’s collections of poems are Blue Moon: Poems from Chinese Lines, The Square Grove, and Seed. His current manuscript is called Cold Spell, and he promises to read only recent poems. With Paul Merchant, former Director of the William Stafford Archive, he has edited four books by Stafford, including Sound of the Ax: Aphorisms and Poems, published in the Pitt Poetry Series. In 2014, Vince and his wife Patty received the Stewart H. Holbrook Literary Legacy Award for contributions to the literary life of Oregon.




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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Jordan Hartt and Lois Rosen
Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450




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John Witte and Allan Peterson
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029


John Witte’s poems have appeared widely, in publications such as The New YorkerParis ReviewKenyon Review, and American Poetry Review, and been included in The Norton Introduction to Literature, among several anthologies. He is the author of Loving the DaysThe HurtlingSecond Nature, and Disquiet. He was for thirty years the editor of Northwest Review, as well as of numerous books, including The Collected Poems of Hazel Hall. He lives with his family in Eugene, Oregon, where he teaches literature at the University of Oregon.

Allan Peterson is the author of five books of poetry, a finalist for the National Book Critic Circle and Oregon Book Awards. He will be reading from his latest book, Precarious, and from his forthcoming chapbook, Other than They Seem.



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Haiku Workshop and Reading
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 2:00
Ashland Library (downstairs meeting room)
410 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 774-6996

Join the local haiku community for a workshop with Jim Flint and an open mike featuring haiku. Hosted by Ashland Daily Tidings haiku editor Angela Decker. 

Free and open to the public.



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Ziggy Rendler-Bregman and Denise Kester
Monday, April 25, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

Ziggy Rendler-Bregman's The Gate of Our Coming and Going is a beautiful, self-published collection of both poems and prints. She selected more than a dozen of her poems to be accompanied by a full color monoprint created and hand-pulled in her studio. As both a poet and artist, Ziggy celebrates the way in which the language of the visual arts complements the beauty of her poems. This collection is engaging, intimate and has a feeling of spaciousness and presence. Many poems invite the reader to simply witness the beauty and complexity of each day.

Local artist and poet storyteller Denise Kester will share a few of her Story Art works and writing.




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Barry Kraft Celebrates Shakespeare
Saturday, April 23, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029


For centuries, William Shakespeare has been an inspiration to poets. He is, as his creation Falstaff claimed to be, “not only witty in myself, but the cause that wit is in other men.” On the 400th anniversary of the day Shakespeare died, Barry will read his favorite poems inspired by the Bard: his plays, his characters, himself.



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Rogue Valley Oregon Poetry Association 
at Bloomsbury Books
Thursday, April 21, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

Poets reading their own work will include Charlotte Abernathy, Beth Beurkens, Sara-Lynne Simpson, Kathy Dunn, Kathleen Pyle, Marisa Petersen, Susan Clayton-Goldner, Sallie Ehrman, Dan Kaufman, Inés Díez, Liz Robinson, Jo Anna Shaw and Linda Barnes



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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Tim Shaner & other Lane County poets
Tuesday, April 19, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450


































































































































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Airlie Press Poets Karen McPherson, 
Tim Shaner, and Tim Whitsel 
at Bloomsbury Books
Thursday, April 14, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

The luminous poems in Karen McPherson’s Skein of Light pull and gather toward horizons of reflection. The personal and human are deftly threaded through a natural world made legible in flights of birds, bending grasses, rock striations. And through this open work, the reader steps into a place both familiar and unknown.

Tim Shaner’s Picture X is a journey through the “poethics” of nature writing in a time marked by the catastrophes of war and impending environmental collapse. Rather than heed Thoreau’s admonishment to leave the domesticated world behind on one’s walks through the Wild, Shaner does the opposite, bringing the schizophrenic chatter of postmodernity into the built environment of the park, in this case Spencer Butte, a wooded park at the southern tip of Eugene, Oregon.

Tim Whitsel is passionate about western rivers, gardening, jazz, soccer, bicycling, wine and words. For six years Tim directed Windfall, a reading series at the Eugene Public Library, alone or with co-host Cecelia Hagen. We Say Ourselves, a 2012 chapbook from Traprock Books, was his first collection. Airlie Press will publish a full-length volume, Wish Meal, in October 2016.



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Alma Rosa Alvarez and Bill Gholson
Tuesday, April 12, 2016, 7:00
Meese Room, Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University
1290 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 552-6442

"Mournings and Consolations": A poetry reading of original writing by two faculty members of Southern Oregon University.



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Open Poetry Reading
Hosted by Jonah Bornstein
Monday, April 11, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

Bornstein and the first seven poets to sign up will each read up to five minutes. Poems can be original or favorite poems. Those wishing to read should arrive fifteen minutes early.



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Richard Lehnert and Steve Dieffenbacher
Monday, April 4, 2016, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

Richard Lehnert’s first book, A Short History of the Usual, was published in 2003. From 1987 to 1996 he was the music editor of Stereophile magazine, and since then has worked as a freelance copyeditor and music critic. He has lived in Ashland since 2011.

Steve Dieffenbacher’s full-length book of poems, The Sky Is a Bird of Sorrow, was published by Wordcraft of Oregon in 2012. The collection won a ForeWord Reviews 2013 Bronze Award for poetry, and a poem in the book, “Night Singer, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico,” was named a 2013 Spur Award poetry finalist by the Western Writers of America. He also has two chapbooks, Universe of the Unsaid (2009) and At the Boundary (2001). He has lived in the Rogue Valley since 1989.



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Oregon Book Award Finalist Pepper Trail
Sunday, April 3, 2016, 2:00-3:30
Ashland Public Library
410 Siskiyou Blvd..
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 774-6980

Celebrate Poetry Month with Pepper Trail, a finalist for the 2016 Oregon Book Award in Poetry with his latest book, Cascade-Siskiyou: Poems. This masterful cycle of nature poems was born in the wild backcountry along the Oregon-California border. Biologist and poet Pepper Trail has explored every corner of this region for twenty years. In this collection, he leads the reader through a world of wildflowers and butterflies, birds and bears, into the depths of geological time, and toward a deepened understanding of the intersections of the human and natural worlds.

Pepper Trail is a poet and naturalist based in Ashland, Oregon. He has been involved in the exploration and protection of the wild and remote Cascade-Siskiyou region of southern Oregon for over 20 years. His poetry has appeared in RattleAtlanta ReviewSpillwayBorderlandsCascadia Review and other publications, and has been nominated for Pushcart and Best of the Net awards.

Poetry month events are proudly sponsored by the Friends of the Ashland Public Library. For more information, please call 541-774-6996 or visit jcls.org.



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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Frank Rossini and Rosalind Trotter
Tuesday, March 15, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Admission is free.



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Windfall Reading Series
Featuring 2016 Oregon Book Award Finalists
Tuesday, February 16, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

We’ll know who these authors will be when the finalists are announced in January.

Admission is free.



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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Molly Gloss and John Witte
Tuesday, January 19, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

This pairing of novelist Molly Gloss (Falling from HorsesThe Jump-Off Creek) and poet John Witte, whose work has appeared in The New Yorker and Paris Review and whose most recent book is Disquiet, brings together two of Oregon’s brightest literary lights in one reading. Not to be missed. 

Admission is free.



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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Vincent Craig Wright and Amy Miller
Tuesday, October 20, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

I’m honored to be reading again at this warm, welcoming series sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. Fiction writer Vincent Craig Wright, Professor of Creative Writing at Southern Oregon University, is not to be missed.

Admission is free.


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Ashland Book and Author Festival
Saturday, October 3, 2015, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University
1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, Oregon



This well-organized book fair showcases 100+ writers from the Rogue Valley, the rest of Oregon, and beyond. Three floors of book tables, plus readings, panels, and workshops all day. The hardest part is deciding which of the dozens of presentations to attend. I’ll have a table with my books, and I hope to have a new chapbook in time.



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Oregon Poetry Association Conference
Friday–Sunday, October 2–4, 2015
University Place Hotel
Portland, Oregon



OPA will again feature their new format for this conference, with simultaneous workshops and presentations running throughout the three days. They’re assembling the lineup now; keep checking their website for details.



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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Christine Colasurdo and Michael Heald
Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. 

Admission is free.


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The Knotted Bond: Oregon Poets Speak of Their Sisters
Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 7-8:30 p.m.
Last Tuesdays Poetry
Barnes & Noble
7700 NE Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, Oregon
(360) 253-9007

Contributors to the anthology, including Quinton Hallett, Laura LeHew, Amanda Powell, and Ingrid Wendt, will read their poems from the book, followed by an open mike.


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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers from the Lane Literary Guild: Amedee Smith, Harriot West, 
Kelly Terwilliger, Kit Sibert, Nancy Carol Moody, Shelly Krehbiel
Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. 

Admission is free.


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Terroir Writing Festival
Saturday, April 18, 8:00 a.m.  – 5:30 p.m.
Chemeketa Community  College
McMinnville, Oregon
Full schedule on Registration Form link here

A full of day of workshops on wide range of topics, including writing book proposals, letterpress printing, creative nonfiction, and “being your own editor,” with presenters like Peter Sears, Barbara Drake, Paulann Peterssen, John Sibley Williams, and many others. Plus a readings, a book table, and an open mike.

$50 registration ($60 after April 10th); lunch available for $9.50 with pre-registration.
One-on-one critique and consultation with author/editor Lisa Ohlen Harris, $40 (four slots available).


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Cascadia Review Authors Reading
Thursday, April 2, 7:00
Bloomsbury Books
290 E. Main St.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 488-0029

Poets featured in the acclaimed online journal Cascadia Review will read from their works. Readers include Angela Howe Decker, Gary Lark, Amy MacLennan, Amy Miller, Pepper Trail, Patty Wixon, and Vince Wixon.


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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Joy McDowell and Robert Hill Long
Tuesday, March 17, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. 

Admission is free.


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Self-publish Your Book Using Amazon’s CreateSpace
with Amy Miller
Sunday, March 15, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Ashland Library
410 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, Oregon
(541) 774-6996

Learn how to publish your book using Amazon’s CreateSpace self-publishing platform. This two-hour presentation will cover basic book design, common errors to avoid, and the twists and turns of setting up your book in CreateSpace and building your Amazon page. We’ll also talk about the pros and pitfalls of self-publishing, discuss other publishing platforms that don’t include Amazon, and look at real-world case studies and hands-on examples, with plenty of time for questions and answers. 

Free and open to the public.


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Ashland Sketches: Second Sunday Showcase
Featuring Amy Miller and 4 additional artists TBA
Sunday, March 8, 7:00
Dancing People Company Studio
310 Oak St.
Ashland, Oregon

This monthly multimedia series features musicians, visual artists, poets, dancers, and the unclassifiable in a multimedia mix. Part performance piece, part talent show, it’s full of surprises. Free admission.


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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: David Biespiel and Garrett Hongo
Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. 

Admission is free.


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William Stafford Birthday Celebration
Featured readers: Pepper Trail, Amy Miller, Angela Decker, Michael Jenkins, 
Julian Spalding, and Ashland High School poet Samara Diab
Thursday, January 29, 2015, 7-9 p.m.
Hannon Library, Meese Room
Southern Oregon University
1290 Ashland St.
Ashland, Oregon

Southern Oregon’s annual celebration honoring the birth of former Oregon Poet Laureate William Stafford will begin with music and a William Stafford poem performed on cello by composer Daniel Sperry. Six published Rogue Valley poets will read a Stafford poem and one of their own. Featured poets include Pepper Trail, Amy Miller, Angela Decker, Michael Jenkins, Julian Spalding, and Ashland High School poet Samara Diab. Audience members will also be invited to read a favorite William Stafford poem.

The public is invited to attend this free event cosponsored by Friends of Hannon Library and Friends of William Stafford. Free and open to the public. For further information phone 541-552-6835.


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Windfall Reading Series
Featured readers: Armin Tolentino and Mary Rechner
Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 5:30 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
100 W. 10th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 682-5450

Sponsored by The Lane Literary Guild, the Eugene Public Library, and the Lane Arts Council, with support from City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. 

Admission is free.


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