Northwest Voices presents author and poet Michael Schmeltzer.
Join in the dialog and celebrate the voices of our region and our community.
We welcome the opportunity to bring community and writers together. Come listen, join in the dialogue, and celebrate the voices of our region and our community.
Michael Schmeltzer was born in Japan and eventually moved to the US. He is the co-author of A Single Throat Opens, an epistolary memoir which explores addiction, childhood, and family, as well as two books of poetry: Blood Song, which was a finalist for the Washington State Book Awards, and Elegy/Elk River, winner of the Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award. His writing can be found in numerous journals such as Black Warrior Review, Mid-American Review, The Shallow Ends, and PANK, among others. He currently lives in Seattle but is most often procrastinating on Twitter at @mschmeltzer01.
Main Building, Room 145
Longview Public Library, Marion J. Otteraaen Room
Colleges, libraries and writers are natural community partners. Both seek to reach out to readers, stimulate thinking and engage people in the pursuit of ideas.
Northwest Voices author events are held quarterly during the academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring). Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend.
Northwest Voices is funded by Lower Columbia College Foundation, Longview Public Library, Friends of the Longview Public Library, Longview Library Foundation, Washington State Arts Commission, and Humanities Washington.
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