Category Archives: Literary Events in Southern Oregon

An Interview with John Enders

John Enders is a freelance writer, photographer, and journalist with interests in blue-water sailing. international business, foreign policy, wine and exotic travel. He worked as a reporter and editor for the Associated Press, and served as the editor of the … Continue reading

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An Exit Interview with Charlotte Hadella

Originally from Virginia, Charlotte Hadella received a Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of New Mexico and joined the faculty of Southern Oregon University in 1991. She served as SOU site Director of the Oregon Writing Project and (twice) … Continue reading

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Coming in October

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Literary Ashland Events for October

Thursday October 8, 7 pm Chris Scolfield, author of The Shark Curtain, will be reading at the Schneider Museum of Art. Saturday, October 10, Southern Oregon Willamette Writers will host author Bill Sullivan for a morning lecture on writing for … Continue reading

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An Interview with Tod Davies, author of The Lizard Princess

TOD DAVIES is the author of two cooking memoirs Jam Today: A Diary of Cooking With What You’ve Got and Jam Today Too: The Revolution Will Not Be Catered and three tales in The History of Arcadia series: Snotty Saves … Continue reading

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An interview with Amy MacLennan, poetry editor of the Cascadia Review

Amy MacLennan has appeared at the San Francisco Lit Crawl, the Petaluma Poetry Walk, the San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival, and the Windfall Reading Series in Eugene, and Cody’s Books in Berkeley. She has taught poetry workshops through the Sequoia … Continue reading

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Literary Ashland on the radio

Last week Literary Ashland teamed up with KSKQ community radio in Ashland to broadcast the Literary Ashland radio show. A monthly round up of literary events in the Rogue Valley together with an interview. Our first guest was Robert Arellano, … Continue reading

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Amy MacLennan’s Things to do this Poetry Month

Amy MacLennan’s has put together a great list of readings to help you celebrate National Poetry Month. Thanks, Amy. ** Jackson County Library Poetry Events April 1, 5:00p-6:30p, Shady Cove Library: Lawson Inada leads discussion on poetry April 5, 2:00p-3:30p, … Continue reading

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10 Things to Love about the 2014 Oregon Book Awards — a guest post by Robert Arellano

10 Things to Love about the 2014 Oregon Book Awards (Southern Oregonian edition) Seeing Ashlanders Vince and Patty Wixon surrounded by their six children and a gaggle of grandkids to accept the Stewart H. Holbrook Literary Legacy Award in Portland. … Continue reading

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Congratulations Ashland Authors

Congratulations to Ashland writers publishing books in 2013 Midge Raymond Everyday Book Marketing Jennifer Margulis The Business of Baby: What Doctors Don’t Tell You, What Corporations Try to Sell You, and How to Put Your Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Before … Continue reading

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