Local authors have set three fall presentations/readings of “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors, Vol. 3.” Submitted art

Local authors have set three fall presentations/readings of “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors, Vol. 3.” Submitted art

Local writers to showcase ‘In the Words … ‘

The Olympic Peninsula Authors last week kicked off a series of autumn events that highlight 31 local authors with a launch party for “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors, Volume 3.”

Debuting at a Sequim event, the 325-page book includes short stories, prose and poems by authors who are awarding-winning, published, and/or newly recognized for their talent. All selections involve life on the Olympic Peninsula in one way or another.

Three author readings from “In the Words … ” are scheduled. They include:

• 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St.; featured writers include Stephen Workman, Bethany Loy, Elizabeth K. Pratt, Vykki Morrison, Jan Thatcher Adams, MD, Marlene Shinn Lewis, Louise Lenahan Wallace, Linda B. Myers

• 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, at Port Angeles Library; featured writers include Dianne Knox, Kirsti Lee, Judith Duncan, Abigail Jones, Harley Davidson, John Victor Anderson, Michael Medler, Gordon Anderson, Derek Huntington, Eva McGinnis and Craig Andrews

• 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave.; featured writers include Jerry Koch, Grace Rosen, Heidi Hansen, Joan Enoch, MD, Virginia Timm, Terry Sager, Jonathan Langdon, John Norgord, Mike Nolan and Ruth Geiger

For more information, email to OlympicPeninsula Authors@gmail.com.

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