Join us for a group reading with contributors to the latest volume of True Stories, created by the Narrative Project!
Volume III of True Stories introduces you to the 2019 graduates and coaches of The Narrative Project, a dynamic organization giving writers everything they need to get their books done. Every piece in this volume, fiction or nonfiction, explores important questions relevant to what it means to be a human being in these crazy times. These stories are evidence that community and commitment work together to make writers' dreams come true. The reading will be moderated by Cami Ostman and Annaliese Kamola. Featured readers will include August Cabrerra, Nancy Canyon, Al Clover, Lisa Dailey, Seán Dwyer, Colleen Haggerty, Alyson Indrunas, Christina Kemp, Rebecca Mabanglo-Mayor, Judith Mayotte, G. Annie Ormsby, Aaron C Palmer, Kathy Wagner, M. F. Webb, Wendy Welch, and Diane Wood.
Cami Ostman, founder of The Narrative Project, has published a memoir, Second Wind: One Woman’s Midlife Quest to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents, and has co-edited several anthologies, including Beyond Belief: The Secret Lives of Women in Extreme Religions and True Stories, Vols. I-III. She has been profiled in Fitness Magazine and her books have been reviewed in O Magazine, The Atlantic, and The Washington Post.
Anneliese Kamola is an author, developmental editor, and Narrative Project coach living in Bellingham, Washington. Her memoir is forthcoming in 2021. She is co-editor of TNP’s True Stories: Vols. II and III. Anneliese writes on themes of the body, family history, and what makes us human. Check out her blog at anneliesekamola.com/blog.