SCBWI WWA & Network Events
Eastside Network Craft Bookclub, featuring Cheryl Klein's Magic Words. Space is limited, and rsvp is required.
The Peninsula Network meets up for a Kid Lit Drink Night at a new location! All are welcome to join from 6:30 on at The Old Whiskey Mill in Port Townsend. Meet behind the bar near the fireplace.
Our March SCBWI WWA meeting will be held at Bellevue College and feature Laura Moe speaking on the objective correlative. More details coming soon.
Seattle Writes! Multiple dates and locations.
Seattle Writes: Fear and Writing
Saturday, March 10, 2 to 4 p.m., at Seattle Public Library’s Central Library (downtown)
Join Peg Cheng in learning how fear is a natural part of the creative process and how you can use fear to propel your writing, rather than hinder it. Free writing class; no registration is required.
Space will be limited at this class; first come, first seated.
Doors will open at 1:30 p.m.
More info here.
Seattle Writes: Writing Circles with Hugo House
Drop-in writing circles facilitated by writers from Hugo House,
hosted at neighborhood libraries in Seattle. These sessions are free and no registration is required. Come ready to write!
Columbia Branch: March 8, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
West Seattle Branch: March 8, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Fremont Branch: March 20, 6 – 7:30 p.m.More info here.
Tamora Pierce and Rachel Hartman in conversation with Lish McBride about Pierce's newest, Tempests and Slaughter, and more, at University Temple United via University Bookstore.
Science fiction and fantasy lovers, come meet Fonda Lee, Chuck Wendig! They're in town for Emerald City Comic Con, but if you're not heading to the Con, head to Brick & Mortar to meet these speculative dynamos.
Head north to Village Books to hear Rachel Hartman talk about her newest YA speculative novel, Tess of the Road.
Inside Story chair Dori Butler launches King & Kayla and the Case of the Lost Tooth at Brick & Mortar.
Dan Geimenhart crosses the mountains to visit Brick & Mortar for a talk and signing.
Head to Liberty Bay Books to help Kimberly Long Cockroft celebrate her picture book debut, Reading Beauty!
Elizabeth Rose Stanton brings her adorable Bub to University Bookstore!
March 10- Olympia
Did you hear that Corinna Luyken won the PNBA Award for The Book of Mistakes? Come celebrate at Browsers Books! Cake and prizes!
Joy McCullough makes her YA debut with Blood Water Paint. She'll be in conversation with Martha Brockenbrough at University Bookstore.
March 10- Bellingham
Phoebe Wahl will be at Village Books to talk about and sign her latest picture book, Backyard Fairies.
The Whatsits-- Kevan Atteberry, Ben Clanton, Jennifer Mann, Elizabeth Rose Stanton, and Wendy Wahman talk all things picture book at Brick & Mortar.
Morris Award finalist Leslye Walton follows The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender with her next YA, The Price Guide to the Occult. See her at University Bookstore.
Brandon Mull stops by University Bookstore to talk about the last entry in his Five Kingdoms series, Time Jumpers.
Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff are in town for the finale of The Illuminae Files, Obsidio. See them at University Bookstore.
Head to University Bookstore in Mill Creek to catch Andy Griffiths and the sixth book in his chapter book series, The 78-Story Treehouse.
Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz makes his picture book debut with Islandborn. Signing line tickets available with preorder from Third Place Books.
Janel Kolby talks about her YA debut, Winterfolk, at Brick & Mortar Books.
Swim over to Third Place LFP to meet Liz Kessler. She's in town to talk about her latest in the Emily Windsnap series, Emily Windsnap and the Falls of Forgotten Island.
Lynn Brunelle presents how to Turn This Book into a Beehive at Third Place LFP.
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