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Coffee Talk #30

Come here these 5 wonderful people read their work around grief. Your Jan 6th self will thank you. Its a heart balm. [Featuring: Daniel Elder, Janice Lee, Jen Violi, Mary Mandeville, Pamela Moore Dionne] Readings are about an hour and start at 7 PM Pacific on zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83156663544?pwd=dml2Ymd1eEhnNEVVQXhtOG44SzF3UT09 Meeting ID: 831 5666 3544 Passcode: 103969

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Incite: Queer Writers Read

Keep the Pride coming! Celebrate with the theme of unity with Marcus Lund, Trystan Angel Reese, Mary Mandeville, and David Oates. Poetry, fiction, reality, all incredibly powerful and fabulous. Join us. The theme this month is “Unity”. Join us for featured readings by Mary Mandeville, Marcus Lund, David Oates, and Trystan Angel Reese. [see also the Literary Arts website]

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The Stoner Babes Empowerment Reading

The Stoner Babes Reading celebrates empowerment. Join us as we listen to bad ass, gorgeous, intelligent, motivated and talented humans share their stories! The Rose City Book Pub has delicious food and drink. This is also a coloring party, so we can all color while we listen to these wonderful readers! The incredible readers are: Domi Shoemaker Nastashia Minto Mary Mandeville Anya Pearson Beth Cartino Valarie Rae Leah Baer Jewels Bring your friends, sisters, lovers and mothers.

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Who Are You Becoming? A reading about grief over time

When we lose someone we cannot live without, our lives become split into two time frames: Before and After. The After is the rest of our lives, often decades. Join us as we hear stories from people who are 6 months to 40 years our from their losses. Come hear how each story is unique and how each has so much overlap and commonality. Come hear how our grief changes over time and how it stays the same. Come hear how love, the true origin of our grief, absolutely never ends or changes. Featuring: DeAnn Welker Monica Welty Sue Moshofsky Karin Stanley Anne Gudger Jewelie Randall Mary Mandeville This event is free! Libations available for purchase at this important literary hub of our community! If…

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Grief Rites Readers Series ~ March 4

A monthly storytelling showcase about grief, loss and love. Gather in community with others who share grief in all forms and manifestations. Come ready to cry, laugh, listen and hold space for yourself and others. *Trigger warning, because Grief. Content not edited for language or topic. Mature audience. *Venue is accessible; gender-neutral restrooms on premises Readings begin promptly at 7pm. Come early, grab a drink (full bar) and find your seat. Please consider bringing canned goods or cold weather clothing/blankets to donate to the Post 134 food & clothing pantry, which serves local veterans, houseless and anyone in need. ***This month’s event will include an open mic, in addition to our curated readers. If you have words to share about your grief, we welcome you.***…

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The Stoner Babes Reading and Coloring Party

Please join us for an event I’ve been anticipating and working on for MONTHS! The Stoner Babes reading #1 will include readings of empowerment from a fine group of humans who are both in the book and not. This is also a coloring party! We will be coloring while the magnificent writers are reading. If you have a book, bring it! I’ll have some on hand for those who have been aching to get one but haven’t yet 🙂 I’ll have a few pages from the book available also. We have the space until 5pm so feel free to stick around and continue coloring with us. The Rose City Book Pub is a spectacular space and we are so grateful they are hosting us. The…

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Grief Rites Readers Series ~ Feb 4

A monthly storytelling showcase about grief, loss and love. Gather in community with others who share grief in all forms and manifestations. Come ready to cry, laugh, listen and hold space for yourself and others. *Trigger warning, because Grief. Content not edited for language or topic. Mature audience. *Venue is accessible; gender-neutral restrooms on premises Readings begin promptly at 7pm. Come early, grab a drink (full bar) and find your seat. Please consider bringing canned goods or cold weather clothing/blankets to donate to the Post 134 food & clothing pantry, which serves local veterans, houseless and anyone in need. ***This month’s event will include an open mic, in addition to our curated readers. If you have words to share about your grief, we welcome you.***…

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