Three Cab authors will be reading at Village Books this Saturday, April 27, at 4 pm. The reading is free, and open to the public. And, please stay afterward for a special presentation about Cura orphanage!
Publishing under the pen name Rebecca Mabanglo-Mayor, Rebecca A. Saxton received her MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University in 2012. Her poetry and short fiction have appeared in Katipunan Literary Magazine and the online magazine Haruah. Her short story “Yellow is for Luck” appears in the anthology Growing Up Filipino II: More Stories for Young Adults, edited by Cecilia Brainard. Her poetry chapbook Pause Mid-Flight was released in 2010. Currently she is a member of the English Faculty at Northwest Indian College.
Paul Piper was born in Chicago, lived for extensive periods in Montana, where he received his MFA in Creative Writing, and Hawai’i. He is a librarian at Western Washington University in Bellingham, who spends more time writing than he should. His work has appeared in various literary journals, and he has four published books of poetry, the most recent being Dogs and Other Poems, published by Bird Dog Press. He also has the privilege of being included in the books The New Montana Story, Tribute to Orpheus, America Zen, and Seattle Noir. He has also co-edited the books Father Nature and X-Stories: The Personal Side of Fragile X Syndrome.
Jennifer Bullis, originally from Reno, Nevada, has lived for 17 years in Bellingham, Washington, which receives nearly three feet of rain per year. Her poems appear in Iron Horse Literary Review, Natural Bridge, Comstock Review, Floating Bridge Review, and Umbrella. She has won The Pitch contest at Poetry Northwest and received Honorable Mention in the Tupelo Press Poetry Project, April 2011. Her chapbook, Impossible Lessons, is forthcoming from MoonPath Press in spring 2013.