All are invited to hear these contributors to the Winter 2015 issue of VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices and visions read at the:
Multnomah County Central Library
U.S. Bank Room, 801 SW 10th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Cathy Cain is a writer and artist living in Oregon. She is a fellow in the Attic Institute’s Atheneum Master’s Writing Program. Previously a two-year member of the Attic Poet’s Studio, Cathy has participated in numerous workshops hosted by Mountain Writers.
Margie Lee is a writer and artist living in Portland, Oregon. She grew up on a farm by Puget Sound surrounded by the forested mountains of Bellingham, Washington. She has exhibited her art in New York and has written several books and numerous short stories, as well as essays and poems. Her poetry has appeared in both Saturday Afternoons and Windfall.
A resident of Camas, Washington, Gypsy Martin is mom to two boys and has achieved minor fame as a lunch lady at their elementary school. Her short fiction has been published online in the Journal of Microliterature. Her work has also appeared in print anthologies, including the forthcoming Flash in the Attic: 44 Very Short Stories from Fiction Attic Press. She also won a prize in the memoir category of the 2012 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition for a story about the indignities of homemade underwear.
Elizabeth Moscoso is a student at Marylhurst University, majoring in English literature. Her goal is to combine her love of writing, cooking and traveling and share her experiences through stories. She lives with her family and beloved furry pets. During her spare time she maintains a presence on her blog.
Meghana Mysore is a junior at Lake Oswego High School where she gravitates towards all things word: her school’s newspaper, the literary magazine, and the poetry reading event on the speech and debate eam. She is president of her school’s Literary and Poetry Club and has received several regional keys from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Jennifer Pratt-Walter is a true product of the Pacific Northwest. She lives with her husband Craig on a small farm in Vancouver where she is out in nature as much as possible. A harpist, Jennifer is also drawn to writing poetry, exploring digital photography, singing and folk dancing. She has three grown children and one horse named Lady.
Here is the flyer for this event, for your own sharing and posting.
VoiceCatcher thanks the Multnomah County Central Library for hosting this event.