Member News, April 2018

Alice K. Boatwright was profiled this month on the website, Seattle Wrote. More than 200 Seattle area writers are profiled on this site. Check it out!

Curt Colbert, Tracy Weber, and Jim Ziskin read from their work on April 12th at Noir at the Bar, a regular “noir” reading series held at the Hotel Sorrento in Seattle. The next reading will be on Thursday, July 12th, at 7pm.

Waverly Fitzgerald was a consultant and presenter at the Willamette Writers first “Write Here Write Now” all-day writing marathon held in Salem, OR, in April. It was modeled after the popular event with the same name sponsored by the Seattle 7 Writers, of which Waverly is a Member Author.

Bob Herold, in his other life as a musician, played with Bluetopia at Easy Monkey Taphouse in Shoreline on April 6th.

Jeanne Matthew’s latest blog for Buried Under Books is about Imps, Demons, and Sirens.

Marty Wingate’s evolution from writing how-to garden articles to creating mysteries with garden and birds themes was the subject of a feature story in the Everett Herald. Farewell, My Cuckoo, book four in her cozy Birds of a Feather series, was released on April 10th. It is available in all ebook formats.

James W. Ziskin is one of the Criminal Minds who have formed a “virtual panel” for discussing questions posed by readers. His “Buy Me” column this month offers humorous advice on how writers can capitalize on their time at conferences.

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