Monthly Archives: March 2014

Aviation English, a guest post by Brenda Shelton

Aviation English The most common bridge language in the world is English. Whether the implemented communication is online, in business, or soaring above ground through the friendly skies, English is the chosen language of use and connection. After the end … Continue reading

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An Interview with Kate Lebo, author of A Commonplace Book of Pie

Kate Lebo‘s writing has appeared in Best New Poets, Gastronomica, The Rumpus, and Poetry Northwest among other places. She holds an MFA from the University of Washington, has been a recipient of a Nelson Bentley Fellowship and of the Joan … 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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An Interview with E R Brown, author of Almost Criminal

E.R. Brown is the Edgar-nominated author of Almost Criminal, published in spring of 2013. E. R. Brown (whose first name is Eric) grew up near Montreal and now lives in Vancouver, where he writes and works as a freelance copywriter … Continue reading

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Ashland at the AWP

Several literary Ashlanders attended the Association of Writers & Writing Program meeting in Seattle, February 26 – March 1, 2014. Here are their six-word summaries. Angela Howe Decker, author of Splendid Catastrophe: “Hordes of writers talking, reading, hip-hopping.” Amy MacLennan, … Continue reading

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