What are you and your characters doing today? I’m continually dazzled by the wonderful work people are doing in our region. Here are some that recently caught my attention!
- The multitalented Andrea Hurst for the release of her latest book, The Guestbook, available in paperback and e-book. Both a literary agent and published writer, Andrea lives and works in the Pacific Northwest, on an island much like the fictional Madrona of The Guestbook. How she carves out time to write amidst managing her many literary and business endeavors beats me, but way to go, Andrea!
- Poet and Community of Writers at Squaw Valley alum Scot Siegel on the release of his latest book of poetry, Thousands Flee California Wildflowers (Salmon Poetry, 2012). Scott lives in Oregon where he works as a town-planning consultant, serves on the board of the Friends of William Stafford, and edits Untitled Country Review. Hopefully, one day we’ll see him back in Bellingham, where he’s read before at Village Books. Find him at Red Room: www.redroom.com/author/scot-siegel/. Continue reading