WEEKEND: Novelist, poet to read in Port Townsend
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Houston’s books range from Cowboys Are My Weakness in 1992 to Contents May Have Shifted in 2012 — last spring’s Port Townsend Community Read selection.
She’s director of creative writing at the University of California at Davis and has been an instructor in workshops around the globe, including Centrum’s Port Townsend Writers Conference.
Glazner, also a teacher at UC Davis, has won the Walt Whitman Award, a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship and other honors. His books of poetry are From the Iron Chair and Singularity, both published by W.W. Norton; he’s recently finished a genre-bending novel, Opening the World.
For information about Saturday’s event, phone 360-379-2617 or visit WritersWorkshoppe.com.
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