Bread & Gravy set for KSQM’s ninth ‘Music Where You Park’
Bread & Gravy — who plays Americana, blues, soul, classic rock, contemporary, bluegrass and more — is featured at KSQM 91.5 FM’s next “Music Where You Park” series, set for at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, at Olympic Cellars, 255410 US Highway 101, Port Angeles.
The series sees attendees in their parked cars at selected locations by 6 p.m., when KSQM 91.5 FM will begin a broadcast. The format may vary with each group, organizers say, but will include band member interviews interspersed with music that either inspired the featured musical group or some of their own original tracks. Free raffle tickets are handed out at 6:15 p.m.
For more about Bread & Gravy, see breadandgravymusic.com.
Shields, Johannesson features at Harbor Art Gallery
Harbor Art Gallery, 114 N. Laurel St., Port Angeles, WA.. Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.
Nathan Shields’ art is displayed in the main gallery and the Artist Room at Harbor Art Gallery, 114 N. Laurel, Port Angeles.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.
Shields will be at the gallery during operating hours on Aug. 29.
David Johannesson, best known for the innovative, artistic and detailed designs he creates and produces from a vast array of wood, recently joined Harbor Art Gallery. Some of his art is on display this month.
Local publishing company launches new book
“Stuff According To Rocko: An Equal Opportunity Curmudgeon Looks At America,” the first release from Skookum Bay Publishing of Sequim in two years, is being exclusively released on Amazon’s Kindle Store for 90 days, publisher-editor Michael Bunnell said last week.
A paperback edition is under consideration for a later release.
“Stuff According To Rocko” is a collection of essays by an author who insists on being identified publicly only by Rocko, the nickname given to him years ago by Bunnell.
Skookum Bay Publishing prefers to sell its books through independent brick-and-mortar retailers, Bunnell said, but when it became clear this would not be a viable option for the foreseeable future, it was decided to launch “Stuff According To Rocko” as an eBook.
Read excerpts or order the book at www.sbaybooks.com/stuff-according-to-rocko.
OTA schedules annual meeting online
Olympic Theatre Arts annual meeting will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the meeting will be online via Zoom.
The link for Zoom will be available at OTA.org a few days prior to the Aug. 29 meeting.
Deadline for anthology submissions Sept. 20
Apropos of the current health pandemic climate, fourth-annual Olympic Peninsula Authors Anthology’s theme is devoted to “learning survival skills and methods of coping with situations we never saw coming,” publication organizers with the Olympic Peninsula Authors group said last week.
Submissions from local authors — who currently or recently have lived on the Olympic Peninsula — of prose (including short stories, essays, memoirs) or poetry are due by Sept. 20.
Submit your material as an attachment, with short cover letter including your contact data and brief biography, to firstname.lastname@example.org. If one’s material is selected, a submission fee will be charged to help cover publication and publicity.
Prose must be no more than 5,000 words, while poetry submissions may include several single page or multi-page poems.
For more information, email to email@example.com.