[Local events] Tonight: Currin, Fernandes, Guerra, & Jamieson

Passages Bookshop david at passagesbookshop.com
Sat Jun 16 17:24:32 PDT 2018


/Spare Room presents/ <http://www.flim.com/spareroom/>

*Jen Currin, Raoul Fernandes, Michael Guerra, & Rebecca Jamieson*

*Saturday, June 16*
7:00 pm

*Passages Bookshop <http://www.passagesbookshop.com>*
1223 NE ML King Blvd.
503-388-7665
$5 suggested donation; no one turned away


*Jen Curri**n* (returning to her hometown for this book launch!) has 
published four books of poetry, including /The Inquisition Yours/ (2011) 
and /School/ (2014). She will be reading from /Hider/Seeker/, her first 
collection of stories, just out from Anvil Press. She lives on the 
unceded territories of the Qayqayt Nation (New Westminster, BC), and 
teaches creative writing and English at Kwantlen Polytechnic University 
(Surrey, BC).

*Raoul Fernandes* lives in Vancouver, BC, with his wife and two sons. 
His first collection of poems, /Transmitter and Receiver/, was published 
by Nightwood Editions in 2015, and his work has appeared in numerous 
literary journals and anthologies.

*Michael Guerra* has taught writing classes, edited manuscripts, and 
cobbled together stories in and around Portland for the past fifteen 
years, eventually settling in at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. In his 
spare time, he is at work on a novel.

*Rebecca Jamieson*'s chapbook /The Body of All Things/ was published by 
Finishing Line Press, and her writing has appeared in /Lion's Roar, 
Calyx, /and/Voicecatcher./ She facilitates workshops with Write Around 
Portland, and teaches meditation at the Portland Shambhala Center.

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Portland, OR 97232
503-388-7665

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