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Join us for a virtual event with Olympian author Kayla Joy as we discuss her new novel, Hooverville.
Join us on June 4, at 5:00pm for readings and a dialogue with Pacific Northwest authors Miranda Mellis and Allison Cobb.
Miranda Mellis is the author of Demystifications, The Revisionist, The Spokes, None of This Is Real, The Quarry, and Materialisms. She coauthored The Instead with Emily Abendroth and coedited The Encyclopedia Project. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and teaches at The Evergreen State College.
Gather ‘round the virtual campfire on June 11th with Portland author Valerie Geary, as we dive into the worlds of self-publishing, copaganda, and writing mystery thrillers as a whole.
From the author of Crooked River & Everything We Lost, comes a gripping new novel about one woman's search for her sister's killer.
Orca Books is partnering with the Olympia Lamplighters on their ongoing Writer's Tea series of freeform writing sessions. The Lamplighters will open their doors every fourth Tuesday to Olympia's wordsmiths, where they can perfect their work and talk about writing in a safe environment. B.Y.O.M. (Bring your own mug!), tea and hot water provided.
Join Orca Books Co-op and Seattle author Ron Chew on Friday, May 7th at 5:00pm for a virtual reading and discussion on Chew’s new work, My Unforgotten Seattle.
SUPER SECRET ZOOM LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO MEMBERS A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT
Orca Books is jazzed to announce that we're having Olympian author Merritt D. Long for a virtual event focusing on his new hit memoir My View From the Back of the Bus. The event will be on April 8th at 5:00pm at https://meet.jit.si/orcabooksevents
Log onto the interwebs on April 15 at 5:00pm for our virtual event with local author Kristina Horton on her new book Far From Perfect.
The festivities will be held over at our old reliable Jitsi link: https://meet.jit.si/orcabooksevents