Northwest Bookfest This Weekend and BeyondSeptember 28, 2011
September 28, 2011
The World of Northwest Poetry
by Chris Jarmick
Focus on NorthWest Bookfest October 1 & 2
The focus this time is on Northwest Bookfest.
Saturday and Sunday
October 1 & 2
E-mail, Twitter, Facebook Carpool, Bus it,
Support writers, poets, small press publishers, independent bookstores and BOOKFEST!!!
Show up and enjoy it.
Be part of the BookFest re-launch.
It’s free. You can attend readings, workshops, panels, talk to authors,publishers, booksellers and even
make some new friends.
You can donate a few dollars,spend a few on books from an independent book store, an author or small press publisher.
There’s even a few poetry related
Peter Kirk Park, 202 Third Street, Kirkland, WA
Over fifty author panels, hundreds of authors,
writing and publishing workshops,
family programs and more!
Saturday October 1
Lobby Meeting Room
4– 6:00pm – Northwest Poetry Reading
and Open Mic.
Hosted by Christopher J. Jarmick
FEATURE READERS ARE:
Anita K. Boyle
Featuring the Kirkland Reporter
winning poetry contest entries
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2ND
Community Center Multi-purpose Room
2 to 3:00 p.m.
Northwest Women’s Voices, Poetry
Kelli Russell Agodon
If you like the idea of
make sure you go.
Feel free to pass some or all of this email
onto whoever you’d like.
Wednesday October 12, 2011
7 to 8:30 p.m.
PEN and Take a Poem From Your Heart
will be presenting 2nd Wednesday
Poetry at Park Place Books
Stephen Roxborough is our very
special guest feature.
plus open mic!
Park Place Books is one of the few
remaining full sized new and used
independent bookstores on the East
Side.Consider supporting their efforts
to stay in business in the near future.
They host many reading clubs and
community events.They will be a big
part of the NEW Seattle Bookfest in
Kirkland the first weekend in
Park Place Books is located in the Park
Place Mall off 85th Street in Kirkland at
348 Parkplace Ctr Kirkland, WA 98033-6229
4860 Rainier Ave S. Seattle WA 98118
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. FREE
3RD FRIDAY IN October.
OCTOBER 21, 2011
Our Features are:
Michael Magee and Jean Musser
visiting poet Linda Back Mackay
and award-winning photographer,
Lenny Zimmerman from Minneapolis.
plus open mic.
Bookworm Exchange is a warm friendly
new and used bookstore located in the
beautiful Columbia City retail district
surrounded by Art Galleries, Bakeries,
Excellent Restaurants, and coffee shops.
Owner Jim and his staff have thousands
of new and used booksand have
supported our poetry reading
for 6 years and counting! C’mon!!!
4860 Rainier Avenue S.
Seattle Wa 98118.