Portland, OR. State of the PERIOD was a gala to celebrate the Menstrual Movement, raise awareness about the issue of period poverty and break the stigma around periods. The theme this year’s benefit was “stand up for periods.” The event on September 13th featured musical guest Storm Large and comedian Margaret. It raised over $200,000. (Photo credit, Sarah Waters)
During the event, Nadya Okamoto delivered a “state of the union” address on the Menstrual Movement, and told her story. Nadya’s book comes out on October 16th, entitled “Period Power: a Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement.” https://www.amazon.com/Period-Power-Manifesto-Menstrual-Movement/dp/1534430202
Musical guest Storm Large
PERIOD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Serve We’re all about action. With the support of generous partners, sponsors and individuals, we deliver PERIOD PACKS to those in need.
Educate It starts with changing the way we talk about periods. We elevate the issue to eliminate the taboo through a growing network of high school, college and community chapters.
Advocate We raise awareness and create change through events, campaigns and media relationships. Help us repeal the tampon tax and lobby for menstrual products in public places.
Portland, OR. The inaugural Oregon Croquet Classic, presented by Classic Wines Auction, took place at Stoller Family Estate on July 21st and raised nearly $38,000. Net proceeds will benefit five local nonprofits: Metropolitan Family Service, YWCA Clark County, Friends of the Children, New Avenues for Youth and Unity Center for Behavioral Health.
The object of the game is to hit your ball through the course of wickets in the right sequence and finish by hitting them against a centre peg.
Classic Wines Auction and related events have raised more than $46 million for local nonprofits since the organization’s inception in 1982.
Brian & Johnathan are social media influencers known as The Gay Beards.
Heather Martin, Executive Director of the Classic Wines Auction and Director of Development, Lisa Bergeson
Mercedes-Benz of Portland was a sponsor.
With more than 300 guests in attendance, the event included a BBQ lunch prepared by Stoller’s Executive Chef Becca Richards, live music by the Pete Krebs Trio and Jen Bernard, wine tastings by local wineries, and tasty treats from local purveyors. Guests also learned the finer points of croquet from local experts and played other games including bocce.
Throughout the year, Classic Wines Auction hosts a number of events in support of its nonprofit partners, including seasonal Winemaker Dinners and urban tasting events. The 35th annual Classic Wines Auction will be held on March 2, 2019.
From Classic Wines Auction:
Consistently recognized as one of the top ten charity wine auctions in the country by Wine Spectator, theClassicWinesAuctionhasraisedmorethan$46millionforlocalnonprofit partners since its inception in 1982. Based in Portland, Ore., Classic Wines Auction, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to producing the Classic Wines Auction and related food and wine events to raise funds for local organizations benefiting children and families, including: Metropolitan Family Service (MFS), New Avenues for Youth, Friends of the Children-Portland, YWCA Clark County and Unity Center for Behavioral Health. The organization recently received – for the third consecutive year – a four star rating from Charity Navigator recognizing exemplary performance in accountability, transparency, as well as strong financial health. More at www.classicwinesauction.com.
Portland, OR. Portland Center Stage at The Armory’s 2018-2019 season will feature 11 productions along with a special 10th anniversary return engagement of Storm Large in Crazy Enough, a show that had its world premiere at The Armory in 2009 and became one of the company’s biggest hits.
Chris Coleman at The Armory for an “Astoria” workshop held in July, 2016.
Artistic Director Chris Coleman, who has been at the helm of Portland Center Stage at The Armory for the past 17 years, announced the new season as he prepares to depart the company to become artistic director of Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company. “With this season announcement,” said Coleman, “I offer my gratitude for my time in Portland in the best way that I know how — by working with the fine team at The Armory to craft a new season that is so exciting it makes it difficult to leave. And somewhat to my chagrin, we’ve managed just that.”
“The new season has the largest variety of voices ever presented in one season in our 31 years as a company,” Coleman continued. “There are more women playwrights than ever before; playwrights from more facets of American culture than ever before; stories told in more unique ways than ever before. Within that, you will see the shared character that has defined our seasons always: compelling stories. From the opening musical based on the work of American master Alice Walker, to the closing comedy from a fresh new American voice, the stories will take you from the drawing rooms of Regency England to a writer’s room in Portland; from the banks of the Missouri River in 1804 to Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014; from the expanse of decades in the Deep South to the blink of a minute in a life in the big city. It will be a breathtaking season.”
Here’s all the information from Portland Center Stage about the season and tickets:
Season packages are on sale now! To purchase season tickets, call 503-445-3700 or visit www.pcs.org. The Create Your Own Package starts at $92.25 for three plays. The U.S. Bank Main Stage Series starts at $184.50. The Everything Series starts at $307.50. The eight-admission Flexpass is available for $450. The new and hugely popular option for those who are 35 years old and younger, The Armory Card, starts at $100 for five admissions. Groups of 10 or more can sign up for the priority seating list now and purchase tickets to the new season starting on July 2, 2018. Groups that book by August 31 receive 30% off regular ticket prices. Groups receive one free ticket for every 20 tickets purchased. To order group tickets call 503-445-3794 or visit www.pcs.org/groups. Find out more about the 2018-2019 season at www.pcs.org/2018-2019-season. Those who purchase 2018-2019 season tickets by March 12 will get access to a special private sale to purchase tickets for Storm Large in Crazy Enough.
THE COLOR PURPLE – Based on the novel by Alice Walker
Book by Marsha Norman
Music and Lyrics by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray
Directed by Timothy Douglas
September 15 – October 28, 2018 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage
Opening Night/Press Night: September 21, 2018
From Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller comes a powerful musical with a fresh, joyous score of jazz, ragtime, gospel and blues. This stirring family chronicle follows the inspirational Celie from the early to mid-20th century in the American south, as she journeys from childhood to womanhood, through joy and despair, anguish and hope to discover the power of love and life. With a soul-rousing, Grammy-winning score, The Color Purple is an unforgettable and intensely moving American classic.
“A miracle on Broadway; a glory to behold!” – The New York Times
Tony Award, Best Revival of a Musical, 2016
Grammy Award, Best Musical Theater Album, 2017
A LIFE – By Adam Bock
Directed by Rose Riordan
September 29 – November 11, 2018 | In the Ellyn Bye Studio Opening Night/Press Night: October 5, 2018
Nate Martin is hopelessly single. When his most recent breakup, another in a lifelong string of ill-fated matches, casts him into a funk, he turns to the only source of wisdom he trusts: the stars. Poring over astrological charts, he obsessively questions his past and his place in the cosmos. But in Adam Bock’s wickedly funny, insightful and disarming new play, the answer he receives, when it comes, is shockingly obvious — and totally unpredictable.
West Coast Premiere
Commissioned by Portland Center Stage at The Armory
Developed at JAW: A Playwrights Festival in 2014; debuted Off-Broadway in 2016
Exquisite in detail and throws a jaw-dropping curveball.”
– Time Out New York
A CHRISTMAS MEMORY – paired with – WINTER SONG Northwest Stories
A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote
Winter Song by Merideth Kaye Clark and Brandon Woolley
Directed by Brandon Woolley
November 24 – December 30, 2018| In the Ellyn Bye Studio
Opening Night/Press Night: November 30, 2018
A Christmas Memory is an autobiographical recollection of Truman Capote’s rural Alabama boyhood. This tiny gem of a holiday story offers an unforgettable portrait of an odd but enduring friendship between two innocent souls, “one young and one old” and their shared memories of beloved holiday rituals. To accompany this tale, the brilliant singer Merideth Kaye Clark (Fiddler on the Roof and The Last Five Years at The Armory, Wicked national tour) and director Brandon Woolley created Winter Song, an original presentation of favorite songs that celebrate winter and all it represents: love, loss, family, solitude, renewal and friendship.
“This show is like comfort food — warm, nourishing, and just exactly what you want on a cold winter’s night.” – Broadway World
THE SECOND CITY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL: TWIST YOUR DICKENS
By Peter Gwinn and Bobby Mort
Directed by Ron West
November 27 – December 23, 2018 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage
Opening Night/Press Night: November 30, 2018
A complete send-up of the holiday classic, this adult comedy is adorned with the improvisational genius of the legendary comedy troupe The Second City. Twist includes zany holiday sketches and uproarious improv based on audience participation — it’s never the same show twice! It has become a Portland favorite and returns for the holidays in 2018. As the show’s fans know, the comedy whizzes from The Second City update the show every year. So come back for your favorite moments and enjoy the new surprises in store.
“Amusing for the whole family.” – Portland Monthly
SENSE & SENSIBILITY – By Kate Hamill
Based on the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Eric Tucker
January 12 – February 10, 2019 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage Opening Night/Press Night: January 18, 2019
This exuberant, innovative staging of Jane Austen’s classic satire follows the adventures (and misadventures) of the Dashwood sisters — sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne — after their sudden loss of fortune. Bursting with humor, emotion and bold theatricality, Sense & Sensibility asks: When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart? Director Eric Tucker and adaptor Kate Hamill of the acclaimed New York theater company Bedlam revive their production in Portland after celebrated runs in New York and Boston.
Jane Austen is alive and well and rolling on casters.” – The Boston Globe
BUYER & CELLAR – By Jonathan Tolins
Directed by Brandon Woolley
January 19 – March 3, 2019 | In the Ellyn Bye Studio
Opening Night/Press Night: January 25, 2019
Buyer & Cellar is an outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things, and the oddest of odd jobs. Alex, a struggling actor in Los Angeles, finds himself working in a shopping mall — but this isn’t your regular shopping center. In his most challenging role yet, Alex plays the shop boy bargaining with Barbra Streisand in her own private basement mall. With riotously sharp wit, Alex awaits a visit from the ultimate customer, the “Funny Girl” herself. Nick Cearley (Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors) returns to The Armory as Alex.
Fun Fact! What happens in this play is fiction but Barbra Streisand’s private shopping mall — with its doll store, clothing boutique and sweet shop — actually exists.
“With all the comedy and all the wit in Mr. Tolins’s writing, Buyer & Cellar is also notable for its heart.” – The New York Times
Northwest Stories – TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS – Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed
Adapted by Nia Vardalos
Co-conceived by Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail and Nia Vardalos
Directed by Rose Riordan
February 23 – March 31, 2019 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage Opening Night/Press Night: March 1, 2019
Renowned Portland author Cheryl Strayed (Wild) had a secret life as the anonymous online advice columnist for “Dear Sugar.” Over the years, thousands of people turned to Sugar for words of wisdom, honesty and hope. At first unsure of herself, Sugar found a way to weave her own life experiences together with the deep yearning and heartrending problems of her readers. The beloved column ultimately became a celebration of the simple beauty and light at the heart of being human. Strayed captured this journey in her book Tiny Beautiful Things. Adapted for the stage by the Academy Award-nominated writer of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Nia Vardalos, and a hit at the Public Theater in New York last season, Tiny Beautiful Things is a funny and touching exploration of emotion, vulnerability and human resilience.
“A heart-tugging, emotionally rewarding evening.” – The Huffington Post
UNTIL THE FLOOD – By Dael Orlandersmith
Directed by Neel Keller
March 16 – April 21, 2019 | In the Ellyn Bye Studio Opening Night/Press Night: March 22, 2019
In the aftermath of the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, sparked by the killing of Michael Brown, celebrated writer, performer and Pulitzer Prize-finalist Dael Orlandersmith (Forever) traveled to the region and interviewed people from all walks of life. From these conversations, she crafted a stunning piece that reflects the complexity of St. Louis and beyond. Orlandersmith’s play is a mosaic of voices that tells the region’s story without advancing any one viewpoint above others, and asks that we listen to our fellow citizens in our own efforts to better understand today’s America. Originally commissioned by the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Until the Flood premiered to acclaim in New York City in January of 2018.
“Portraying only eight people — nine if you include her own alter ego — she nevertheless brings the questions, the pain and even the unspeakable thoughts of hundreds, if not millions, to life. Until the Flood is an urgent moral inquest.” – The New York Times
Northwest Stories – CROSSING MNISOSE – By Mary Kathryn Nagle
Directed by Molly Smith
April 13 – May 5, 2019 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage Opening Night/Press Night: April 19, 2019
Crossing Mnisose tells the story of one of America’s first feminists, Sacajawea. Today, her face sits on the dollar coin and there are more statues of her in the United States than any other woman. But very few know her story, or the violence she endured as she guided the U.S. Corps of Discovery up the Mnisose (or what Europeans named the “Missouri River”). In 2017, the contemporary successor to the Corps of Discovery, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, granted an easement to allow a pipeline to cross the very same river. Although 212 years separate these controversial crossings, both reveal the continued survival of Tribal Nations in the face of colonial conquest. By award-winning playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle (Sovereignty, Manahatta), Crossing Mnisose draws a line from a completely original view of Lewis and Clark’s historic encampment at Fort Mandan to the present day, as descendants of the Dakota and Lakota Nations of the Mnisose continue their fight to ensure that the Mnisose, and the lands that contain the burials of their ancestors, are preserved for future generations.
Northwest Stories World Premiere
Commissioned by Portland Center Stage at The Armory
THE BREATH OF LIFE – By David Hare
May 4 – June 16, 2019 | In the Ellyn Bye Studio Opening Night/Press Night: May 10, 2019
Frances was the dutiful wife of Martin. Madeleine was his not-so-dutiful mistress of 25 years. When Martin moves to America with a younger woman, the two women he left behind meet face to face for the first time, to discuss their relationships with the elusive man who profoundly impacted them, but never defined them. Together they explore the past and learn to feel the breath of life again. The Armory production will feature Portland favorites Sharonlee McLean (The Receptionist, Vanya, Sonya, Masha and Spike, and 23 other productions at The Armory) as Frances and Gretchen Corbett (Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) as Madeleine.
“The play is one of Hare’s finest … bitingly funny and often deeply affecting.”
– The Daily Telegraph
NATIVE GARDENS – By Karen Zacarías
May 18 – June 16, 2019 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage Opening Night/Press Night: May 24, 2019
You can’t choose your neighbors, but you can choose your side of the fence. In this brilliant new comedy, cultures and gardens clash, turning well-intentioned neighbors into feuding enemies. A rising attorney, Pablo, and doctoral candidate Tania, his very pregnant wife, have just purchased a home next to Frank and Virginia, a well-established D.C. couple with a prize-worthy English garden. But an impending barbeque for Pablo’s colleagues and a delicate disagreement over a long-standing fence line soon spirals into an all-out border dispute, exposing both couples’ notions of race, taste, class and privilege.
“Native Gardens is a true breath of comic fresh air.” – DC Theatre Scene
Northwest Stories – CRAZY ENOUGH – Written and Performed by Storm Large
June 25 – June 30, 2019 | On the U.S. Bank Main Stage
Special 10th anniversary limited engagement run! Crazy Enough was developed at JAW: A Playwrights Festival in 2008 and had its world premiere at The Armory in 2009. It became one of the biggest hits in Portland Center Stage at The Armory’s history — playing for a record sold-out 21-week run in the Ellyn Bye Studio — and audiences have been clamoring for its return ever since. This 10th anniversary special return engagement is playing for a limited eight-performance run. A private sale will start March 12 and be available exclusively for 2018-2019 season ticket holders.
“An empowering look at how one woman has managed, despite repeated heartaches and screw-ups, to stay aware of the preciousness of life.” – The Oregonian
“I need to thank you for one of the great nights in the theater that I have ever had. Storm Large is a force of nature, a truth teller, a comedian, a story-teller and one of the most brilliant voices I have ever heard.” – Daniel Stern, actor (Diner, Breaking Away)
Portland Center Stage at The Armory’s Northwest Stories series is a celebration of the essence of the region, offering plays that examine our culture and ignite dialogue about the events – and the places – that define the Northwest. From fresh looks at history to dynamic explorations of contemporary culture, Northwest Stories blends adventurous storytelling with local impact, all created with the immediacy and vibrancy that only live performance can bring. The 2017-2018 season brought two Northwest Stories world premieres to the stage: Astoria: Part Two and Winter Song. The 2018-2019 season’s Northwest Stories offerings include the world premiere of Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Crossing Mnisose, commissioned by Portland Center Stage at The Armory in 2016, as well as Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things, the return of Winter Song, and the special engagement of Storm Large in Crazy Enough.
PORTLAND CENTER STAGE AT THE ARMORY
Portland Center Stage at The Armory is the largest theater company in Portland and among the top 20 regional theaters in the country. Established in 1988 as a branch of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the company became independent in 1994 and has been under the leadership of Artistic Director Chris Coleman since 2000. An estimated 150,000 visitors attend The Armory annually to enjoy a mix of classical, contemporary and world premiere productions, along with a variety of high quality education and community programs. Eleven productions are offered each season, in addition to roughly 400 community events created — in partnership with 170+ local organizations and individuals — to serve the diverse populations in the city. As part of its dedication to new play development, the company has produced 26 world premieres and presents an annual new works festival, JAW: A Playwrights Festival. Home to two theaters, The Armory was the first building on the National Register of Historic Places, and the first performing arts venue, to achieve a LEED Platinum rating.
The current season is funded in part by Season Superstars Tim and Mary Boyle and Lead Corporate Champion Umpqua Bank. Further support comes from the following Season Sponsors: Regional Arts and Culture Council; The Wallace Foundation; Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the state of Oregon; and the National Endowment for the Arts. Mark Spencer Hotel is the official hotel partner for the company. Portland Center Stage at The Armory was selected as a participant of the Wallace Foundation’s Building Audiences for Sustainability Initiative, a four-year effort with a nationwide cohort of 26 performing arts organizations.
Sherwood, OR. The lawn at Ponzi Vineyard was filled with about 300 CASA supporters for a benefit concert with Storm Large. The sunset event on August 27th featured a gourmet picnic dinner by Dundee Bistro and complimentary glasses of Ponzi wine, as well as, a shuttle bus to and from Portland.
The weather was picture perfect this year. Last year, the sold-out benefit concert hosted 300 guests and brought in over $46,000 in support of CASA’s mission.
A CASA advocate is the tireless and passionate protector of a child who is going through the trauma of the foster care system. They are adult volunteers who are trained, appointed by the court, and are committed to ensuring each individual child’s needs remain a priority in an over-burdened child welfare system.
CASA is looking for new volunteers. Heres a video about how CASA helps children.
There’s another fund raiser coming up on September 12th.
CASA for Children of Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia Counties is partnering with Fred Meyer Jewelers to host the 23rd Annual CASA Golf Classic at Columbia Edgewater Country Club on September 12th. The tournament will raise money in support of CASA’s mission to advocate for the rights, safety, and well being of abused and neglected children who are under the protection of the courts. CASA recruits, trains, and supports hundreds of citizen volunteers who become passionate protectors and advocates for their CASA kids.
“Through the CASA Golf Classic we have achieved a great deal in the past 22 years, but there remains much more work for us to do for the many children still in need. Fred Meyer Jewelers is proud to partner with CASA and we are about making a difference for children in the Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia Counties foster care system,” said John Berglund, CASA Board member and Fred Meyer Jewelers Group Vice President of Merchandising.
To pre-purchase raffle tickets for this year’s event, click here.
Last year, the 22nd Annual CASA Golf Classic presented by Fred Meyer Jewelers, raised over $220,000! The tournament experienced its most successful year to-date. Fred Meyer Jewelers, a long-time supporter of CASA for Children, is deeply committed to giving back to its communities. In addition to supporting CASA for Children, Fred Meyer Jewelers supports nonprofits such as Jewelers for Children, The Humane Society of the United States, and Breast Cancer Research.
If you have any questions about the CASA Golf Classic, please contact Kristina Hanes at 503.988.4177 or [email protected]
Portland, January 10th, 2012. Literary Arts announced the finalists for the 26th annual Oregon Book Awards. Finalists include Cheryl Strayed, Storm Large, (pictured with Jordan Schnitzer and Howard Hedinger) and Brian Doyle. (Photo credit, Andie Petkus) The winners will be announced at the 26th Oregon Book Awards ceremony on April 8, 2013.
Here are the nominees.
KEN KESEY AWARD FOR FICTION Judge: Myla Goldberg
Brian Doyle of Portland, Bin Laden’s Bald Spot (Red Hen Press)
Ismet Prcic of Portland, Shards (Grove/Atlantic)
Carter Sickels of Portland, The Evening Hour (Bloomsbury)
Alexis Smith of Portland, Glaciers (Tin House Books)
Leni Zumas of Portland, The Listeners (Tin House Books)
STAFFORD/HALL AWARD FOR POETRY Judge: Mary Jo Bang
Jean Esteve of Waldport, Off-Key (Finishing Line Press)
Toni Hanner of Eugene, Gertrude: Poems and Other Objects (Traprock Books)
Alan Peterson of Ashland, Fragile Acts (McSweeney’s)
Zachary Schomburg of Portland, Fjords Vol 1 (Black Ocean)
Carrie Seitzinger of Portland, Fall Ill Medicine (Small Doggies Press)
ANGUS L. BOWMER AWARD FOR DRAMA Judge: Lydia Diamond
Susan Mach of Portland, A Noble Failure
Steve Patterson of Portland, Immaterial Matters
Andrea Stolowitz of Portland, Antarktikos
Rich Rubin of Portland, Costa Rehab
C.S. Whitcomb of Wilsonville, Lear’s Follies
FRANCES FULLER VICTOR AWARD FOR GENERAL NONFICTION Judge: Jennifer Michael Hecht
Nicholas Buccola of McMinnville, The Political Thought of Frederick Douglass: In Pursuit of American Liberty (NYU Press)
Kerry Cohen of Portland, Dirty Little Secrets: Breaking the Silence on Teenage Girls and Promiscuity (Sourcebooks)
Scott Farris of Portland, Almost President (Lyons Press)
Steven Green of Salem, The Bible, the School, and the Constitution (Oxford University Press)
Kent Hartman of Portland, The Wrecking Crew (St. Martin’s Press)
SARAH WINNEMUCCA AWARD FOR CREATIVE NONFICTION Judge: Luis Rodriguez
Kerry Cohen of Portland, Seeing Ezra (Seal Press)
Storm Large of Portland, Crazy Enough (Free Press)
Aria Minu-Sepehr of Corvallis, We Heard the Heavens Then (Free Press)
Cheryl Strayed of Portland, Wild (Knopf)
Ceiridwen Terrill of Portland, Part Wild (Scribner)
ELOISE JARVIS MCGRAW AWARD FOR CHILDREN’S LITERATURE Judge: Margarita Engle
Heather Vogel Frederick of Portland, Once Upon a Toad (Simon & Schuster)
Deborah Hopkinson of West Linn, Annie and Helen (Schwartz & Wade)
Graham Salisbury of Lake Oswego, Calvin Coconut: Man Trip (Wendy Lamb Books)
Allen Say of Portland, Drawing From Memory (Scholastic Press)
J.H. Shapiro of Portland, Magic Trash: A Story of Tyree Guyton and His Art (Charlesbridge)
LESLIE BRADSHAW AWARD FOR YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE Judge: Margarita Engle
Brian Doyle of Portland, Cat’s Foot (Corby Books)
Katie Kacvinsky of Corvallis, First Comes Love (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
Ruth Tenzer Feldman of Portland, Blue Thread (Ooligan Press)
2013 Oregon Literary Fellowship Recipients
2013 OREGON LITERARY FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS
Literary Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 Oregon Literary Fellowships to writers and to publishers. The judges named eight writers and two publishers to receive grants of $2500.
Poetry Andrea Hollander of Portland, The C. Hamilton Bailey Fellowship Jessa Heath of Eugene, The Oregon Poetry Community Fellowship
Fiction Gina Ochsner of Keizer, The Leslie Bradshaw Fellowship Samuel Snoek-Brown of Portland, The Walt Morey Fellowship
Literary Nonfiction Myrlin Hermes of Portland, The Friends of the Lake Oswego Library William Stafford Fellowship Catherine Ryan Gregory of Eugene, The Women Writers Fellowship Drama Eva Suter of Portland
Young Readers Literature Patricia Bailey of Klamath Falls, The Edna L. Holmes Fellowship in Young Readers Literature
Bedouin Books of Portland Tavern Books of Portland
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