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Postcard Writing Events

Please join in for one or two postcard writing opportunities.

 

Feb. 18th, 2024: 4-5pm

 

Write to our elected officials to demand a ceasefire in Gaza as well request U.S. aid to displaced Palestinians.

 

AND...

 

Mar. 6th, 2024: 5-6pm

 

Write to our elected officials to urge clemency for incarcerated Native American activist Leonard Peltier. This year marks his 49th year of incarceration for a crime he didn't commit. You can learn more at:

http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/.../resou.../multimedia/

 

Postcards and stamps are provided.

Postcard writing

Reading Party!

Friday, February 23, 2024
5-7pm

Space is limited! RSVP at info@seawolfbooks.com

Pretty much what it sounds like! Reading, quiet company, cozy libations, mood lighting, comfy seating, and a guided chat with fellow book lovers. ❤️


 

Photo credit NY Times

Reading Party (photo credit NY Times)

Book Club: "Tinkers" by Paul Harding
Thursday, March 28, 2024
5-7pm

RSVP at info@seawolfbooks.com

Everyone is welcome! There will be great humans, great conversation and great snacks.

Copies are available at the bookstore and also can be ordered online at:

 https://bookshop.org/a/87294/9781942658603

Book Club Tinkers by Paul Harding

Book Launch for "A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest"
 

Tuesday, April 2, 2024
5-6:30pm

Please join us for a festive evening celebrating the publication of local author (and Sea Wolf Books' owner) Charlie J. Stephens debut novel "A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest" (Torrey House Press.) There will be a reading, conversation with local champion of the arts, Bev Bacak, a Q&A, and book signings. Plus treats and wine, of course! Copies will be for sale at Sea Wolf, or you can pre-order now at https://bookshop.org/a/87294/9781948814980

About the book: 

"A pulsing novel filled with so much love and tenderness."

--MORGAN TALTY, national bestselling author of Night of the Living Rez

In 1980's Oregon, Smokey is figuring out how to survive childhood with a young mom who is increasingly desperate in her search for love. As their mother's boyfriends come and go, Smokey aches for the comfort and safety their mother can never quite provide. When a dangerous new man moves into the house, Smokey seeks refuge in the nearby forests--finding comfort as they give themselves over to the strength and beauty of the natural world.

A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest Book cover with Charlie J. Stephens
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