Participating Authors, Groups, & Publishers in 2017Check back to see the authors and publishers scheduled for 2018!
Joe Blakely graduated from college with a degree in History. He keeps hoping that Kevin Costner will read his latest of eleven books: The Drain Black Sox of Oregon vs The Alpine Cowboys of Texas. An amazing baseball championship story.
Charles R. Castle, Jr. was born in Maine in 1951. His roots are deep in colonial New England. His heart has been rooted in Oregon since 1978. He worked in health care education and public affairs He started writing prose and poetry after retiring in 2011.
C. Edwin Fender has always been a wordsmith. Ed was a technical writer until retiring in 2011 to write adventure novels and memoirs. His recent six-week adventure in Peru is now his writing focus! Ask him about Peru!
Michael Foster is the author of three novels. His first two historic novels in the Wakanisha series comprise the story of two generations of a Lakota Sioux family, circa 1865 – 1900. His third novel is an unusual romance.
Stephen Griffiths is the author of Guerrilla Priest: An American Family in World War II Philippines. Guerrilla Priest focuses on the formation of the first guerrilla resistance against the Japanese in northern Luzon during the war.
Patty Jacobs: In A Long View, Patricia Jacobs third book, she tells of her family’s role in early Longview, Washington, history, growing up in a lumber town surrounded by rivers and distant mountains, and her life in Oregon after college and marriage.
Dorothea Wollin Null was just a young girl when American bombs demolished her German town. Uprooted overnight, she and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe. Surviving ‘Uncle Hitler’ is her first novel.
Cyan Orr’s chapbook From Inside Schrödinger’s Box is a collection of vibrant lyrical poems that explore the longing, curiosity, and wonder in which we attempt to understand the box that contains us and the unknown beyond. Cyan lives in Florence.
R. Roderick Rowe explores a post-apocalyptic future in which one tribe has built a new culture to thrive and succeed in the challenges of their times. Both spiritual and sexual morals and values are explored.
Anita Runyan: Journey into the Great Mystery is the true story of Anita Runyan’s midlife foray into mystical realms as she transforms from skeptic to spiritual seeker. This book describes her major kundalini opening and ensuing adventures with light bodies, shamans, and more.
George Byron Wright is a native Oregonian and the author of the Oregon Trio, a unique body of work comprising three novels set in the small towns of his youth. Baker City 1948 was published first, followed by Tillamook 1952, and Roseburg 1959.
Mertz & Friends: Joshua Mertz has two books of poetry (one humorous, one serious), a dystopian scifi novel and an anthology of Halloween stories for grown ups. Autumn Bradley has the Science Starters Collection: a series of books written in rhyme, meant to get grade-schoolers thinking about careers in science. Laura Romeyn has Breathing Spirit, which offers 60 nonreligious poems arranged by the instigating emotion. Suggestions for writing prayers appear in the Afterword. Category: Spiritual Self-help.
Port Hole Publishing was founded in 2000 by author Ellen Traylor as a means to reissue her own books after she procured rights from her former publishers. Over the years Ellen was approached by other authors who had projects, and in 2009, the demand and interest had grown to the point where she could no longer refuse. Presenting authors with a message…Port Hole Publishing is proud of the writers who have entrusted us with their priceless words and vision.
Stone Ring Press Edwin Wollert publishes novels under his two pseudonyms. Dale Geraldson has written Dreamers of the Grail, about the Arthurian legends and featuring a female Galahad. D. T. Kizis offers Packs, about backpackers and wolves and their encounters in Alaska. www.stoneringpress.com