On June 24th from 1-1:30pm Pacific Time, I will join an online “Meet the Authors” event at the American Library Association’s 2021 annual conference. The event will be hosted by Red Hen Press through the conference’s virtual Library Marketplace. To learn more or to register for the conference, please click here.
On May 19th, I’ll be joining the Portland, Oregon edition of the national reading series, Why There Are Words. The event will take place at the Hostel Cafe (1810 NW Glisan Street) from 4pm to 6pm, and the theme of the reading will be “Exile and Return.” To learn more about WTAW and the other readers, please click here.
I’ll be reading with some excellent writers on March 30th for Shirley Magazine‘s AWP 2019 off-site reading. The event will take place at The Stacks Coffeehouse from 6pm to 9pm, and include readings by eleven different prose writers. To learn more, please click here.
On Saturday, June 28th, I will be reading an excerpt from my novel-in-progress as part of Songbook PDX, a literary mixtape reading series. Each reader will read a creative piece about a song that either terrified or inspired them. The audience will then hear the song played live. To learn more, please click here.