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Portland Literary Plans

Very excited about my upcoming trip to Oregon and Washington. I've made plans to have Literary Therapy (a-one-on-one critique) with David Biespiel  at the Attic Institute. He'll be reading part of my novel, Man of the House, and giving feedback.
 
I will also be attending an event at Powell's Bookstore at Cedar Hills. Ridley Pearson will be speaking about his newest release, The Risk Agent. I've been told he does a great presentation.
 
I will also attend an Alternative Realities Workshop and Brunch at the Beaterville Cafe  hosted by Thea Constantine who is a facilitator of PDX Writers.
 
On a sad note, Ray Bradbury died on June 5th at the age of 91. An obituary for him is here.

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