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Online: Coffee at Your Kitchen Table with Willamette Writers

Join us for coffee at your kitchen table with Willamette Writers Online! Warm up the coffeepot and get your cup — we’re ready for a coffee date with you online. Join us on Zoom for coffee and conversation. No reason — just connection. We will see you there! Details for joining online You can join us on your phone or on your computer. You do not need to have video, but it is helpful if you do. Log in a little early – sometimes it takes a second to load the online meeting on Zoom. You can click the link below on your computer or your smartphone to join. It will open an application: https://zoom.us/j/661140168 You can also phone call in to this number, and…

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CANCELED – SFWA Portland Publishing Happy Hour – March 2020

Calling Portland-area publishing professionals, including writers (any genre), freelancers, editors, agents, publishers, designers, artists, and anyone interested in books and storytelling: Please join us for SFWA’s 5th Portland Publishing Happy Hour! Held at rotating venues in and around Portland, PPHH is an informal gathering of the diverse creative interests that make up Portland’s publishing and writing landscape. The meetups are sponsored by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), but you don’t need to be a member to attend. The happy hours are intended as purely a social time with no fixed agenda, but a great place to meet fellow creatives in publishing fields in an informal atmosphere. Please register to join us at the Rose City Book Pub ; SPACE IS LIMITED.…

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Prix Fixe with Guest Chef Sami Scripter

Limited tickets available. Buy tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prix-fixe-with-guest-chef-sami-scripter-tickets-98113182169 Hmong dinner hosted by the author of Cooking from the Heart: The Hmong Kitchen in America About this Event Menu Logans Chicken Curry Noodle Soup/Kraub Poob Jasmine Rice/Mov Stuffed Chicken Wings/Kooj Tis Qaib Nitim Stir-fried Garlicky Chinese Green Flower/Zaub Ntsuab Paj Kib Hi Chili Condiment/Kau Txob Ntsw Tropical Fruit Coctail with Agar-Agar Gelatin/Qab Zib Khov Txiv Hmab Txiv Ntoo The Event Author and Guest Chef Sami Scripter will prepare this meal for 10 guests who will eat together at the community table. Sami will be available during the main course to give a short talk and answer questions. Simple, earthy, fiery, and fresh, Hmong food is an exciting but still little-known Southeast Asian cuisine. We have gathered more…

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Book Launch: Bill Walton Mysteries by Jamie Kirkland

The long awaited second volume of The Bill Walton Mysteries is finally here! Join NW famous author and world famous actor Jamie Kirkland (James when he is in California) as he reads from and performs from his new book. Bill Walton trivia contest! With prizes!

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PDX Pop Up Con

Free Pop Up Con in Portland area to help creators affected by the postponement of Emerald City 2020 March show.

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Eisner Week Signing and After-Party at TFAW Portland

Celebrate the end of our Will Eisner Week events with a can’t-miss signing and after-party at our Portland location, and help us celebrate the legacy of Will Eisner while promoting comics education in Portland! The signing begins at 3PM and goes until 6PM, followed by a free 1980’s themed after-party with free food and drinks (including free beer for guests 21 and up) and a live DJ. Joining us for the signing will be: Brian Michael Bendis (postponed; stay tuned for future signing date news) Steve Lieber Matt Wagner Michael Avon Oeming (no longer attending) Nick Derington David Walker Brennan Wagner Those attending will be able to get items signed by the above creators, can take part in free giveaways, and will be able to…

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First Thursday: This Magic Moment

Renée Staeck is an artist and illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. Her work celebrates the small moments in life where daydreams and magic reside. A lifelong love of nature, eastern art, and historical illustration inform Staeck’s eclectic aesthetic.

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