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Wordstock Day 2: Whitney Otto

There seemed to be more buzz and excitement on the second day of Wordstock, but it was still pretty quiet. As the Oregonian reported, the crowds didn’t show up in force on either day. I noted it, personally, because many … Continue reading

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Wordstock Highlights

I spent a lot of time at the Espresso Book Machine booth during Wordstock, so I didn’t see as many panels or readings as I usually do. Nevertheless, here are some highlights: Talking to two of my friends, who introduced … Continue reading

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Wordstock Day 1: Kim Barnes and Pauls Toutonghi

It was so great to see many, many authors and readers wandering around the Oregon Convention Center today. I spent a lot of time at the Espresso Book Machine booth, and then wandering around the booths, chatting with other exhibitors. … Continue reading

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Attending Wordstock With My Daughter

I usually separate my mom identity from my writing life. But due to a last-minute complication, this Saturday I ended up taking my daughter to Wordstock, Portland’s annual writing festival. I adore Wordstock and have been to every one since … Continue reading

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