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23Jul
REDWOOD WRITERS: HOT SUMMER NIGHTS (7/23)
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Copperfield's Books
Date: July 23, 2019 to July 23, 2019
Where: Copperfield's Books, 2316 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, California, United States, 95405
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SANTA ROSA REDWOOD WRITERS: HOT SUMMER NIGHTS Author: Ana Manwaring Book Title: Set Up Bio: Ana teaches creative writing and autobiographical writing through Napa Valley College in California's wine country. She is the founder of JAM Manuscript Consulting where she coaches writers, assists in developing projects and copyedits. Follow her blog, Building a Better Story at www.anamanwaring.com for reviews of favorite authors. Author: Steve Lubliner Book Title: Threeway Bio: Steven Lubliner is the author of Threeway and the holiday memoir, A Child's Christmas in Queens. His short plays have been performed in North Bay theaters. He is also a writer and actor with the Petaluma Radio Players, a poetry prize winner, and a past runner-up in The New Yorker's weekly cartoon caption contest. He lives in Petaluma. Author: Sherrie Lovler Book Title: On Softer Ground: Paintings, Poems, and Calligraphy Bio: Sherrie Lovler is a poet and mixed media painter. Her artistic path has been inspired by calligraphy. Now her poetry influences her paintings—giving her the foundation and starting point for them. This forms a unique collaboration of these two disciplines. Sherrie teaches painting at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts as well as nationally. Author: Mary Ames Mitchell Book Title: Henry's Big Kaboom Bio: Mary Ames Mitchell, a former elementary school teacher and a descendant of Henry Knox, wrote and illustrated this story as a sing-along-ballad to appeal to her preschool grandchildren.
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