WordsWest Literary Series Presents
A Re-Reunion Book Launch with Pie
7:00 pm, Wed., September 28, 2022, C & P Coffee Co., 5612 California Ave. SW
It’s déjà vu with a sweet twist — apple pie! Please join WordsWest Literary Series for a special event to celebrate the book launch of co-curator Katy E. Ellis’ debut full-length, prose-poetry-novel Home Water, Home Land (Tolsun Books). This re-reunion will include reading by co-curator Susan Rich who recently released her book Gallery of Postcards and Maps: New and Selected Poems (Salmon Poetry 2022), and co-curator Harold Taw, who may or may not sing karaoke. Books will be for sale and pie will be served.
Katy E. Ellis’ debut full length prose-poetry-novel Home Water, Home Land is forthcoming from Tolsun Books in September 2022. Her work has appeared in numerous publications in the U.S., including Pithead Chapel, American Journal of Poetry, and in and Canadian journals PRISM International, Grain and Fiddlehead. http://www.katyeellis.com/
Susan Rich is the author of five poetry collections including the just released, Gallery of Postcards and Maps: New and Selected Poems, Salmon Poetry. Her poems appear in Alaska Quarterly Review, New England Review, Poetry Ireland, and O Magazine. She is the director of Poets on the Coast: A Weekend Retreat for Women. Visit her at http://poetsusanrich.com
Harold Taw is a multi-form writer. His debut novel was Adventures of the Karaoke King. His writing has been featured on NPR, in a New York Times bestselling anthology, and in The Seattle Times. He co-wrote a musical adaptation of Jane Austen’s final novel Persuasion, which premiered at Seattle’s Taproot Theatre, and is currently co-writing a steampunk musical that traverses parallel universes. https://www.haroldtaw.com/
WordsWest was curated by West Seattle writers Katy E. Ellis, Susan Rich, and Harold Taw from 2014 to 2019. Occasionally, we hope to continue pop-up events.
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West Seattle, Washington