I’m reading at Smallpressapalooza #7

Another reading in Portland, Oregon, so apologies to any readers not lucky enough to live in the vicinity of my beautiful city. But this one’s a big one, so if you’re anywhere within driving (or, hell, flying) distance, it’ll be worth the trip.

I’m talking about the seventh annual Smallpressapalooza, hosted by Powell’s City of Books and Kevin Sampsell.

I don't know why there's a cat in a box, except that it's the Internet, and the Internet demands cats in boxes. Also, it's the official photo for the Facebook event page.
I don’t know why there’s a cat in a box, except that it’s the Internet, and the Internet demands cats in boxes. Also, it’s the official photo for the Facebook event page.

While it’ll be worth your time to come early and stick around through the whole marathon of literature, you’re more than welcome to slip in late and/or leave a bit early (this is, after all, not only St. Paddy’s Day but also the evening of the Oregon Book Awards). Still, if you do pop in and out, you’ll be missing out on parts of a stellar line-up, so do plan to come for the whole shebang.

Either way, here’s the schedule, complete with little breaks every hour:

6:00 Ross Robbins
6:15 Walidah Imarisha
6:30 Jeff Alessandrelli

7:00 Samuel Snoek-Brown
7:15 Lisa Ciccarello
7:30 Kyle Minor

8:00 Matty Byloos
8:15 Dena Rash Guzman
8:30 Emily Kendal Frey

9:00 Cameron Pierce
9:15 Melody Owen
9:30 Virginia Paine

Come hang out, listen to cool words from great writers (and me), and I hope to see loads of people there! Also, happy St. Paddy’s Day!

 

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