3990 N. Interstate
Portland, Oregon|38 97227The readers for November 18th are Samantha Waltz, Susan F. Lick, and Christy Caballero.
Oregon Literary Review co-hosts Third Tuesdays, a series of readings and performances held at Krakow Koffeehouse, 3990 N. Interstate (at N. Shaver, next to The Alibi and blocks from N. Mississippi hip-zone), 7-8:30pm. Readers and performers interested in participating should contact Julie Mae Madsen at email@example.com
with an expression of interest and sample work.
The readers for November 18th are Samantha Waltz, Susan F. Lick, and Christy Caballero.
Samantha Ducloux Waltz is an award-winning freelance writer in Portland, Oregon, with more than two dozen personal essays in series such as the A Cup of Comfort series, the Chicken Soup For The Soul series, the Ultimate series and other anthologies. Her work has also appeared in The Christian Science Monitor and The Rambler. She has also written fiction and nonfiction under the name Samellyn Wood. More at www.pathsofthought.com.
Christy A. Caballero is a freelance writer and photographer, who lives a couple of deer trails off the beaten track in Oregon. The woods, the sound of the river, or the sight of the ocean can all put a smile on her face. Her work has earned national awards, including the National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest and the Dog Writer's Association of America "Maxwell" Award. Christy has contributed stories to several volumes of A Cup of Comfort. She is a daily newspaper correspondent, with numerous print magazine pieces, including centerpiece features for Alaska Business Monthly.
Sue Fagalde Lick, author of Freelancing for Newspapers, worked as a staff writer, photographer and editor for newspapers in California and Oregon for many years before moving into full-time freelancing. In addition to countless newspaper and magazine articles, she has published three books on Portuguese Americans. She has taught workshops at Oregon Coast Community College, online for Writing-world.com and for Willamette Writers and California Writers Club. She offers an online course on reviews as well as individual coaching. See her website www.suelick.com
and visit her blog at freelancingfornewspapers.blogspot.com.