Anca L. Szilágyi & Julie Christine Johnson
May
19
7:00 PM19:00

Anca L. Szilágyi & Julie Christine Johnson

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Join us for an evening of fiction drawing from myth and fairy tale, with Anca L. Szilágyi, author of DAUGHTERS OF THE AIR, and Julie Christine Johnson, author of THE CROWS OF BEARA

About DAUGHTERS OF THE AIR

“Anca L. Szilágyi’s intense debut novel, ‘Daughters of the Air,’ locates a deeply personal story against the surreal backdrop of [Argentina’s Dirty War].”

-The Seattle Times

“Anca Szilágyi’s Daughters of the Air is a fantastic debut…a product of alchemy, a creation of unearthly talents.”

-Paul Constant, “2017 in Review: The Seattle Novels That Made My Year,” The Seattle Review of Books

About THE CROWS OF BEARA

“The Crows of Beara is a love song to Ireland that combines dazzling views of wild, sweeping landscapes with a hard, honest look at the need for jobs in the country’s rural west…Johnson’s writing is assured and passionate.”

-Washington Independent Review of Books

“You don’t have to love rain or Guinness or wild, windswept coasts to be seduced by the delicate intermingling of Irish mythology, environmentalism, and love that are entangled at the heart of this novel; the juxtaposition with darker, harder truths of grief and addiction create a rich and reflective resonance. From France to Ireland, across centuries and oceans...where will this author take us next?”

Jenny Williams, author of The Atlas of Forgotten Places

About the Authors
Anca L. Szilágyi‘s debut novel is Daughters of the Air. Her writing appears in Salon, Los Angeles Review of Books, Electric Literature, and Lilith Magazine, among other publications. She is the recipient of the inaugural Artist Trust / Gar LaSalle Storyteller Award, a Made at Hugo House fellowship, and awards from the Vermont Studio Center, 4Culture, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and the Jack Straw Cultural Center. The Stranger hailed Anca as one of the “fresh new faces in Seattle fiction.” Find her at ancawrites.com or on Twitter @ancawrites.

Julie is the award-winning author of the novels In Another Life (Sourcebooks, 2016) and The Crows of Beara (Ashland Creek Press, 2017). Her short stories and essays have appeared in several journals, including Emerge Literary Journal; Mud Season Review; Cirque: A Literary Journal of the North Pacific Rim; in the print anthologies Stories for Sendai; Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers; and Three Minus One: Stories of Love and Loss. She holds undergraduate degrees in French and Psychology and a Master’s in International Affairs. Julie leads writing workshops and seminars and offers story/developmental editing and writer coaching services. A hiker, yogi, and wine geek, Julie makes her home on the Olympic Peninsula of northwest Washington state. Find her at juliechristinejohnson.com.

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Anca L. Szilágyi & Julie Christine Johnson: Author Reading & Signing
Feb
11
3:00 PM15:00

Anca L. Szilágyi & Julie Christine Johnson: Author Reading & Signing

Join us for an afternoon of fiction drawing from myth and fairy tale, with Anca L. Szilágyi, author of DAUGHTERS OF THE AIR, and Julie Christine Johnson, author of THE CROWS OF BEARA

About DAUGHTERS OF THE AIR

“Anca L. Szilágyi’s intense debut novel, ‘Daughters of the Air,’ locates a deeply personal story against the surreal backdrop of [Argentina’s Dirty War].”

-The Seattle Times

“Anca Szilágyi’s Daughters of the Air is a fantastic debut…a product of alchemy, a creation of unearthly talents.”

-Paul Constant, “2017 in Review: The Seattle Novels That Made My Year,” The Seattle Review of Books

About THE CROWS OF BEARA

“The Crows of Beara is a love song to Ireland that combines dazzling views of wild, sweeping landscapes with a hard, honest look at the need for jobs in the country’s rural west…Johnson’s writing is assured and passionate.”

-Washington Independent Review of Books

“You don’t have to love rain or Guinness or wild, windswept coasts to be seduced by the delicate intermingling of Irish mythology, environmentalism, and love that are entangled at the heart of this novel; the juxtaposition with darker, harder truths of grief and addiction create a rich and reflective resonance. From France to Ireland, across centuries and oceans...where will this author take us next?”

Jenny Williams, author of The Atlas of Forgotten Places

About the Authors
Anca L. Szilágyi‘s debut novel is Daughters of the Air. Her writing appears in Salon, Los Angeles Review of Books, Electric Literature, and Lilith Magazine, among other publications. She is the recipient of the inaugural Artist Trust / Gar LaSalle Storyteller Award, a Made at Hugo House fellowship, and awards from the Vermont Studio Center, 4Culture, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and the Jack Straw Cultural Center. The Stranger hailed Anca as one of the “fresh new faces in Seattle fiction.” Find her at ancawrites.com or on Twitter @ancawrites.

Julie is the award-winning author of the novels In Another Life (Sourcebooks, 2016) and The Crows of Beara (Ashland Creek Press, 2017). Her short stories and essays have appeared in several journals, including Emerge Literary Journal; Mud Season Review; Cirque: A Literary Journal of the North Pacific Rim; in the print anthologies Stories for Sendai; Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers; and Three Minus One: Stories of Love and Loss. She holds undergraduate degrees in French and Psychology and a Master’s in International Affairs. Julie leads writing workshops and seminars and offers story/developmental editing and writer coaching services. A hiker, yogi, and wine geek, Julie makes her home on the Olympic Peninsula of northwest Washington state. Find her at juliechristinejohnson.com.

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Field's End Speaker Series: Author Reading & Book Discussion
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Field's End Speaker Series: Author Reading & Book Discussion

Field's End serves the writers' community and nurtures the written word through lectures, workshops, and instruction in the art, craft, and profession of writing.

Our primary offerings are writing classes, the annual writers' conference, our special events, and the free monthly Roundtable series that features noted regional authors. Field's End is proud to be affiliated with the Bainbridge Public Library.

Field's End is also proud to be a partner of Eagle Harbor Book Company, Bainbridge Island's locally owned, independent community bookstore. Throughout the website you'll see book titles linked to Eagle Harbor Books. Through the bookstore's generosity, each book purchased from Eagle Harbor through the link on our website benefits Field's End. Eagle Harbor also generously donates to Field's End a percentage from book sales at the annual Writers' Conference. We're grateful to Eagle Harbor Books for their continued support of our writing community. Please patronize your local independent bookstore.

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Celebrate the Launch of In Another Life: Author Reading & Signing
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Celebrate the Launch of In Another Life: Author Reading & Signing

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Join me for an evening of celebration. In Another Life releases on February 2, 2016: tonight let's celebrate the first month of launch! I'll read--perhaps something from this novel, another novel, a bit of poetry, whatever strikes my fancy. We'll chat, writers and readers, and I will have a chance to thank you personally for your amazing support. 

JOIN THE CELEBRATION. RSVPs APPRECIATED 1-206-379-2617 or jcjohn8@gmail.com

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