Join our featured PacNW poets for an evening of poetry reading & Open Mic. This is a great chance to read from your own personal work and hear from some of our best local talent. Open to All.
"Poets are...the trumpets which sing to battle" - Percy Bysshe Shelley
The word poetry comes from the Greek root word poieo or I make; or poiesis meaning "making" or "creation".
Open To All
Sunday, February 22nd ~ 3:00 pm
Knit Too Readers will discuss Christine Falls by Benjamin Black.
Tuesday, February 24th ~ 7:00 pm
Reading Circle will discuss Storied Life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevan.
***Evening for Bookclubs***
Wednesday, March 18th ~ 7:00 pm
Books, books and more books
Whether you currently belong to a group or not, please join us for this fun and informative evening for bookclubs. We will be presenting 35 new recommended titles we deem worthy for discussion and will also be available to answer any questions.
Remember...the next best thing to reading a book is talking about it.
Seating is limited so please come early.
Wednesday, March 25th ~ 7:00 pm
Pleasejoin in as we meet with Pac NW author, Carol Cassella in discussion of her newly released paperback, Gemini, a riveting novel of moral complexity and emotional depth set in the Pacific Northwest.
Dr Charlotte Reese works in the intensive care unit of Seattle's Beacon Hospital. One night a Jane Doe is transferred to her care from a rural hospital, a victim of a hit and run. Days pass, the patient's condition worsens and her identity remains a mystery. Enlisting the help of her boyfriend, Eric , a science journalist, Charlotte impulsively sets out to uncover the truth behind Jane Doe's past.
Other highly praised titles by the author include Oxygen and Healer. The author is a practicing anesthesiologist in Seattle and medical writer specializing in global public health advocacy for the developing world. She majored in literature at Duke University and graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1986.