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From the Ashes of WIWA: The Whidbey Writers’ Network Hosts its First Event on June 8

“We are homeless, leaderless and penniless,” said Dot Read, a longtime supporter and former chairperson of the recently defunct Whidbey Island Writers’ Association.

Meet the ‘Author Next Door’ at Freeland and Oak Harbor Libraries on Nov. 14 and 16

It is likely that one of your neighbors is an author. During the dark days of November, why not step out and head to your local library to learn who that author may be.

Sno-Isle Libraries programs celebrate ‘Authors Next Door’ in November and December

Nov. 4, 2015 For a second year, a series of Sno-Isle Libraries programs will celebrate reading and community while learning more about the published authors who live among us. Each free event will have an interactive panel of authors. Their work, collectively, covers a variety of subjects written for people of all ages, from children’s […]

Cam Castle Says his Mother’s Crazier than Yours

In junior high school, Cameron Castle wrote a play about his mother. More than forty years later, he’s still describing her antics in his recently published “My Mother is Crazier than Your Mother.”

What’s Happening || Thursday, April 2 through Sunday, April 5

Welcome to the weekend on Whidbey. Many weekend events start on Thursday night so this “What’s Happening” covers Thursday through Sunday.

FEATURE: A man, his camera, a computer and a whole lot of time looking at nature

A guy named Tom Trimbath, a Cultus Bay dweller,

From writer to author: Madrona Workshop Troupe offers a self-publishing weekend on Whidbey

The beautiful and unique Pacific Madrona trees that border Penn Cove’s southwestern edge in Coupeville were the inspiration for three island writers who have collaborated as the Madrona Workshop Troupe.