Events listed here are contingent on whether each jurisdiction is approved to enter the corresponding phase of the governor’s four-phase reopening plan. Events may be canceled or postponed. Check with each venue for the latest information.
Melissa Hurt: Everett Public Library presents this live-streaming event 10:30 a.m. Sept. 19. Hurt’s yoga picture book “I Am the Jungle” takes readers on a yoga adventure through the Amazonian Jungle that adults and kids will enjoy alike. Learn yoga poses such as Mountain, River, Elephant and Python. The author is a certified yoga instructor and teaches acting, voice, speech and movement. For ages 3 to 10. Registration is required. A link to the presentation will be emailed after registration. Call 425-257-8000. More at www.epls.org.
Sharon Lynn Fisher: The Neverending Bookshop presents this live-streaming event 7 p.m. Oct. 13 via Zoom. Fisher’s “The Raven Lady” is the latest book in her Faery Rehistory series. Duncan O’Malley — who shares his body with King Finvara — and the Elven princess Koli as they navigate old hate and the potential for new love. Fisher also is the author of “The Absinthe Earl,” “Ghost Planet” and “The Ophelia Prophecy.” Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom link. More at www.theneverendingbookshop.com.
Write on the Sound: The Write on the Sound writer’s conference, scheduled for Oct. 1-4, will be held online this year. There are 24 workshops and panel discussions on the craft of writing for all levels and interests, including information regarding today’s writing and publishing industry. Registration deadline is Sept. 30, unless sessions sell out. Find a list of presentations and speakers’ biographies, as well as registration and fees information, at www.writeonthesound.com.
Conrad Jungmann Jr.: The Lynnwood resident is the author of the mystery thriller “Edge of Redfish Lake.” It’s 1988. A murderer lurks in the salmon fisheries of Alaska. As journalist Julian Hopkins tries to make sense out of his best friend’s drowning, he finds out that the fatally beautiful Bristol Bay is also the lair of a serial killer. This is Jungmann’s debut novel and first feature screenplay.
William McClain: The Lynnwood author’s first book is “The Risk in Crossing Borders.” The book follows 54-year-old Yana Pickering as she crosses new borders — at home in Seattle and nearly 7,000 miles away in Syria. McClain taught math and physics in high school for 10 years and worked as a consultant on company retirement plans for 30 years.
Robert Graef: The Lake Stevens writer ventures into fiction with “Teachable Moments.” Now finding favor with local book clubs, the novel is set in school districts in the Stillaguamish estuary in the 1990s — though plot elements were drawn from actual happenings through the 1980s and ’90s. Graef wrote the book to generate a more sympathetic view of challenges inherent in properly managing public schools.
Bill Witthuhn: A former teacher and coach in Snohomish, Witthuhn has written a book. “The Contest” is the tale of a business with fading sales that sponsors a contest to get back into the black. Surprises and challenges are expected with any competition, but no one could ever predict it would lead to a school shooting. You can find Witthuhn’s self-published novel on Amazon.
Steve K. Bertrand: The Mukilteo author has released another book of poetry: “Primitive Places: Collected Haiku” is a collection of 1,000 haiku about life in the Pacific Northwest. The award-winning poet, historian and photographer has published 29 books. Find them on Amazon.
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