Aren’t you lucky that you know about this?
This reading is going to be bonkers good.
Several Oregon writers are gathering to help Dustin Hendrick say thank you and goodbye to Oregon as he sets out to Los Angeles with his husband Nate for great fortune and expensive bottled water and the kind of traffic that makes you wish you had a private helicopter.
Please come say hi and wish him farewell.
See you all there.
Tonight I’ll be hosting and reading fiction along with stellar Portland writers Jason Arias (author of Momentary Illumination of Objects in Motion from Black Bomb Books) and Mark Allen Cunningham (author of most recently Perpetua’s Kin from Atelier26 Books).
Books will be for sale and everything you hear will be made up.
This reading is made possible by a grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council who provided funding this year to assist in work on my second collection of stories. Thanks RACC!
Join Portland’s independent publisher Atelier26 and Pacific Northwest literary journal MOSS at the historic Ford Building for a reading featuring three Atelier26 authors in company with several marvelous Pacific Northwest writers and MOSS alumni:
JASON ARIAS (Momentary Illumination of Objects in Motion)
MARGARET MALONE (People Like You, PEN/Hemingway Finalist)
DONNA MISCOLTA (Hola and Goodbye, Doris Bakwin Prize winner)
WOODY SKINNER (A Thousand Distant Radios, PEN/Bingham Semi-Finalist )
SIDNEY WADE (Bird Book)
KRISTEN MILLARES YOUNG (Subduction)
Readings begin at 7:30
Food and drink available for purchase.
(Venue is readily accessible by Portland MAX line and/or streetcar)
Plus, Ford Food & Drink has fantastic nachos (and booze!). It’d make sense if you were there too.