Monthly Archives: January 2013

Q&A in City Arts Magazine

This month’s City Arts Magazine features a great Q&A about The Sweet Revenge of Celia Door, about teaching, about poetry and…this wicked pen and ink me.

My favorite section from the interview is this: I don’t know where ... Read More


American Library Assoc. Midwinter Meeting

The ALA midwinter meeting was last weekend in Seattle. It was my first time at the event and it was amazing!

I have long suspected that librarians are the best people in the world. When I walked into the American ... Read More


The Next Big Thing

 
The Next Big Thing Blog Hop is a chance for authors around the world to tell you what they’re working on. The author answers 10 questions about their next book, and tags the person who first tagged them, plus at ... Read More

YA Books set in Seattle

In honor of the upcoming American Library Association’s mid-winter meeting in Seattle next weekend, this is a re-post from the YALSA blog on YA novels written by Seattle writers and set in Seattle. It includes a book from my friends

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Greenwood Lit Crawl, January 26

 

 

A Quintet of Quays

It’s time again to crawl the streets of Greenwood with a team of local literary all-stars! Join us Saturday, January 26th for an evening of fantastic sounds, dazzling sights, and preposterous words that will make you go hmmmmm ... Read More


Alive at the Center, Anthology of Northwest Poets

 Alive at the Center

I’m thrilled to be included in an upcoming anthology featuring poets of the Pacific Norhtwest due out on Ooligan Press in April, 2013. Called Alive at the Center, the collection concentrates on poetry from the three major Northwest cities: ... Read More