Tri-Valley Writers Member News
John Bluck: “It’s a Strike” and “Three-Hundred Pills”
Patricia Boyle: “Green Ink”
Patrick Coyle: “Goma”
George Cramer: “The Brigade” and “Why Me?”
Daniel Hobbs: “The Arrival of Grace,” “The Copper Scroll,” and “Acre”
Sally Kimball: “The Faerie Glen,” and “Voice in the Darkness”
Judy Lussie: “I Married a Ski Bum”
J. Mills: “Pirates”
Carolyn Peoples: “I Remember the Sound”
Shelley Lee Riley: “Forty-Eight Hours”
Julie Royce: “The Unconventional Recruit” (Third Place Prose Winner) and “My Guardian Cat”
Connie Hanstedt will give a local author talk at Livermore Library on Sunday, June 5 starting at 2:00 p.m. Connie will share her personal and compelling story of her mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s in her first book, Don’t Leave Yet: How My Mother’s Alzheimer’s Opened My Heart.
Judy Lussie’s article, “Mission in Action: From Vegetables to Bicycles” has been published in the May 10th edition of the Presbyterian Mission Yearbook digital resource site. The 120-year-old publication is now free and online.
Tri-Valley Writers takes a brief summer hiatus during the months of July and August. Monthly meetings will resume in September. Critique groups, social media group, and open mic continue to meet during the summer, so please forge on with your writing.
We look forward to seeing you in September. Write On!