The newest edition of Willamette Writer’s The Timberline Review is out! We’re going to hear a sampling from some of the authors featured in this beautiful anthology. We’ll have readings from Nancy Townsley, Bruce Barrow, Paul Curley, Patricia Kullberg, George Perreault, and Tuula Rebhahn.
This group is a genre mashup! Join us for 4 different authors, in 4 different genres, for an afternoon of good writing. We’ll hear from Erica Satifka (Stay Crazy, science fiction), Jeannie Burt (When Patty Went Away, literary fiction), Mandy Smith (Secrets in Big Sky Country, memoir), and Patricia Kullberg (Girl in the River, historical fiction). It’s a fun way to experience local authors writing across genres, and a fun way to spend part of your afternoon.
Join us for an evening of history, creativity, and fun. Patricia Kullberg has written a book of historical fiction that takes place right here in Portland, featuring Dr Ruth Barnett, who was performing illegal abortions near Pioneer Courthouse Square in the early to mid 1900’s. Patricia will read from her book, Girl in the River, talk about (and maybe even show pictures of) the historical figures and places that appear in the novel, answer questions, and sign books.