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Author Events

Ana Maria Spagna & Heather Durham, Uplake and Going Feral: Field Notes on Wonder and Wanderlust

Sat, 05/11/2019 - 7:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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For years, Ana Maria Spagna has stayed put in a small mountain valley. In Uplake she takes road trips, flies to distant cities, and returns home to muse on rootedness, ambition, wonder, and love. Uplake reminds us to love what we have while encouraging us to imagine what we want.

William O'Daly, Book of Twilight and Yarrow & Smoke - Poetry!

Sun, 05/12/2019 - 4:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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In Book of Twilight, we meet Pablo Neruda poised to become one of the most beloved writers of our time. In this first book, Neruda’s voice is recognizable—wildly romantic, musical, bold—fluctuating between formality and rebellion. In William O’Daly’s superb and lyrical translation, this volume awakens a raw, poetic power that heralds genius.

Gregory Phillips, The Exile - Fiction!

Thu, 05/16/2019 - 7:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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Tango dancer, musician, and author Gregory Erich Phillips will be reading, discussing and signing copies of his latest novel The Exile. In the book, Leila, a Colombian immigrant and successful mortgage broker, has a seeming seemingly perfect life…until the mortgage crisis of 2008, an ill-timed romance with her boss’ son, and a looming deportation warning threaten to ruin everything.

Karen Clayton, Demystifying Hospice: Inside the Stories of Patients & Caregivers

Sat, 05/18/2019 - 4:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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Join us in the Readings Gallery for this important event. In Demystifying Hospice, Karen Clayton uses story to show the practical assistance and emotional support provided by hospice social workers. Her passion is to show how hospice works, and dispel myths which keep folks from using hospice in a timely manner. End-of-life options, the importance of making choices, and completing advance directives are discussed. Helpful caregiver tips are included.

Group Reading with Carolyn Brigit Flynn, Sacred Stone, Sacred Water: Women Writers & Artists Encounter Ireland

Sat, 05/18/2019 - 7:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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Join us in the Readings Gallery for a group reading by contributors to this beautiful book. An elegant and intimate collection of writing, art and photography evoking Ireland’s wild beauty and deep soul through the work of 14 American writers and artists. Their visited ancient sites in the Boyne Valley, the exquisite Beara Peninsula in the southwest, and explored the spiritual legacy of the goddess/saint Brigit in Kildare.

Chuckanut Radio Hour Featuring John Dodge, A Deadly Wind: The 1962 Columbus Day Storm

Tue, 05/21/2019 - 7:00pm
WCC Heiner Theater
237 W Kellogg Rd
Bellingham, WA 98226

The Columbus Day Storm of 1962 was a freak of nature, a weather outlier with deadly winds topping 100 miles per hour. The storm killed dozens, injured hundreds, damaged more than 50,000 homes, and leveled enough timber to build one million homes. To find an equally ferocious storm of its kind, fast-forward 50 years and cross the continent to Superstorm Sandy’s 2012 attack on the East Coast. While Superstorm Sandy was predicted days in advance, the Columbus Day Storm caught ill-equipped weather forecasters by surprise.

Molly Hashimoto, Birds of the West: An Artist's Guide - Nature of Writing Series!

Thu, 05/23/2019 - 7:00pm
1200 11th St
Bellingham, WA 98225-7015

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In Birds of the West, award-winning artist Molly Hashimoto captures nearly 100 Western bird species across seven habitats using different media, from quick ink sketches to vivid block prints. From the diminutive ruby-crowned kinglet to the majestic golden eagle, Molly’s range of art and detail encourages all of us, whether artists or not, to observe our feathered friends more closely.

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