Kate Carroll De Gutes, Brenda Miller, & Tarn Wilson

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Elliott Bay Book Company says
A trio of writers, all published by the Port Townsend-based Ovenbird Books, join us this evening. Founded by the late Judith Kitchen, Ovenbird Books is an innovative small press publishing experimental literary nonfiction. Kate Carroll de Gutes’ essay collection, Objects in Mirror are Closer Than They Appear won an Oregon Book Award this year. A graduate of Pacific Lutheran University’s Rainier Writers’ Workshop MFA program, she writes about sexuality, gender presentation and the end of her marriage. Brenda Miller, Professor of English at Western Washington University (also faculty at Pacific Lutheran University), reads from her fifth book, An Earlier Life, in which she writes of traveling from synagogue to sweat lodge and finding guidance in her four major creeds: Judaism, Home Improvement, the Grateful Dead and Rescue Dogs. Tarn Wilson, a Pushcart Prize nominee and also a PLU graduate, reads from Slow Farm, an account of growing up in a counterculture family on remote Texada Island, British Columbia.
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By: Elliott Bay Book Company

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