An Evening with Pam Houston & Sarah McColl
In conversation with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett
Pam Houston is the prize-winning author of Contents May Have Shifted and the short story collection, Cowboys are my Weakness, among other books. She is professor of English at the University of California–Davis and lives on a ranch at 9,000 feet in Colorado near the headwaters of the Rio Grande.
Sarah McColl is the author of the memoir Joy Enough. Her writing has appeared in the Paris Review, McSweeney’s, and StoryQuarterly, which nominated her essay on singer-songwriter Connie Converse for a Pushcart Prize. She has received fellowships from Vermont Studio Center, Ucross, Millay Colony, and the MacDowell Colony, where she was named the 2017 Mary Carswell Fellow. She’s based in Los Angeles.
Buy tickets for the Feb. 5 event.
Cost: $20, which includes nibbles & sips.
Please note: We begin at 7pm sharp.
Latecomers risk losing their seats and may enjoy standing-room only.
Write up of speaker series event with Elizabeth Marro and T. Jefferson Parker
In case you missed it, writer Chelsey Drysdale did a detailed write-up. Right here.
Recap of speaker series/salon with Bret Anthony Johnston, Aline Ohanesian, and Lisa Glatt
Essayist and editor Chelsey Drysdale wrote this incredibly detailed recap of last Tuesday night’s event. If you were there and didn’t take notes, or if you weren’t there but wish you had been, check out her blog. Right here. Thank you, Chelsey!
Past guests include authors, literary agents, and editors: Bret Anthony Johnston, Chris Bohjalian, Lisa See, Dani Shapiro, Seth Greenland, Diana Wagman, Jillian Lauren, Dana Johnson, Martin J. Smith, Susan Straight, Tatjana Soli, Jess Walter, Pam Houston, Suzanne Redfearn, Jane Porter, Anita Hughes, Kaira Rouda, Betsy Amster, Stacy Berlein, Eric Puchner, Claire Bidwell Smith, James Brown, Dinah Lenney, T. Jefferson Parker, Merrill Markoe, Karen Karbo, Heidi Durrow, Danzy Senna, Taylor Martindale, Sally van Haitsma, Elise Capron, Katie Arnoldi, Marisa Matarrazo, Lisa Fugard, Andrew Winer, Dan Smetanka, Dennis Palumbo, Daniel Pyne, Aimee Bender, Michael Jaime-Becerra, Jill Marr, Stacy Chilton Weiss, Gary Phillips, Mary Castillo, Martin J. Smith, Patricia McFall, Ron Carlson, Tod Goldberg, Victoria Patterson, Carolyn See, Norman Ollestad, Sarah Shun-Lien Bynum, Kelly Sonnack, Debra Ollivier, Aline Ohanesian.