All are invited to hear these contributors to VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices & visions.
Peregrine Literary Series
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Holynames Heritage Center
17425 Holy Names Drive
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Erin Iwata calls Ridgefield, Washington her little home on the prairie, where she is a doula, writer, mother to men, and teacher on hiatus. She loves how writing connects us and thrives on the bright edges of human experience. Erin is active in the literary community of the Pacific NorthWest. Her work recently appeared on 33 public buses, local literary magazines, newspapers, and featured at Show and Tell Gallery Assembly. You can find where Erin will next appear by following her website www.eriniwata.com
Joan Maiers, works with writers of all ages, and serves on the boards for Friends of William Stafford, and the Clackamas Cultural Coalition. She hosts the Peregrine Literary Series. Her work appears in numerous journals, anthologies and collections. She is preparing her poetry manuscript, Specific Gravity, for publication.
Stacey Vallas holds a Ph.D. in English and has taught at Reed College and Portland State University. She has published essays in Arizona Quarterly and The Oregonian and is currently a member of the Poets Studio at the Attic Institute. She lives and works as a teacher and tutor in Portland.
VoiceCatcher thanks Peregrine Literary Series and Holynames Heritage Center for hosting this event.