Today is the opening day to apply for this residency. It is available to “women writers over 21 years of age”, developed by author Dana Stabenow, as a result of her own writing residency on Whidbey Island, Washington in 1989. Application may be made between April 15 and May 15 for a 2 to 4 week residency in this furnished cabin near Homer, Alaska, with a stipend available for food and transportation. For details about this residency, please go to the Storyknife residency page at: https://storyknife.org/2016/03/25/storyknife-fellow-residency-announced/
HOME FIRES has won first place in Contemporary Fiction for the Chanticleer Reviews Somerset Award.
Judith Kirscht will be reading from and discussing her latest novel,
HAWKINS LANE, at the Village Books reading gallery on Sunday, August 30, at 4pm. Do come!
Village Books, 1200 11th Street, Bellingham WA 98225
In the Mt. Baker Faerie Forest: A Photo Journal & Activity Book
Launch Party. Celebrate International Faerie Day with yourself or the youngsters in your life. Free. Make a herb halo, a faerie garden and join the parade. Raffle and Guess the number of Acorns to win a first print copy. Faerie Kisses, Bubbles. Remember to wear your faerie wings and sign MaryElaine’s faerie wings so she can take you wherever she flys.
Date: June 20th
Time: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Location: The Garden Spot Nursery 900 ALABAMA ST. BELLINGHAM, WA.
More info: http://www.lainewheatley.com
Special thanks to Harvey Chute for coming to speak to WWP about kboards.com this past Wednesday. He gave wonderful insights about how this online forum can be a vital resource for authors. We all enjoyed eating, mingling, and the occasional glass of wine.
Don’t forget to check out our next speaker for June!