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Monday, May 18, 2009

Chateau Lorane Event - Memorial Day Weekend

A ton of authors and artists will be selling their works at the Wine Festival. Here's the information on who and time that I have right now.

Saturday , May 23
11:30 am to 2:30 pm
Jen Chambers: Assistant Editor and contributor to Groundwaters. Author of Living Life Again, due out in September.

Joey Blum: "Bedtime Stories; A Novel of Cinematic Wanderlust," became available last fall. For more on his imaginative journey go to http://josephemilblum.com/.

Jo-Brew: Northwest writer giving voice to woman. A columnist for the Creswell Chronicle and author of six contemporary mainstream novels. http://www.jo-brew.com/

Pat Edwards: historian and author of From Sawdust and Cider to Wine: A History of Lorane, Oregon and the Siuslaw Valley.

Marva Dasef: Tales of a Texas Boy and MG and YA fantasy marvadasef.com

Groundwaters: Eugene literary magazine. Contributors will attend.

2:30 to 5:30 pm
Jen Chambers

Joey Blum

Dan Armstrong: editor of Mud City Press, author of short stories and three novels.

Shirley Tallman: Period mysteries set in early San Francisco http://www.shirleytallman.com/

Marva Dasef

Groundwaters

Sunday, May 24
11:30 am to 2:30 am
Carola Dunn: Daisy Darymple mystery series. www.geocities.com/CarolaDunn

Dan Armstrong

Sharon Brandsma: Award winning author and artist. Glory Rose and the Gloaming. Fantasy for teens and older. http://www.smbrandsma.com/

Groundwaters

2:30 to 5:30 am
Carola Dunn

Jo-Brew

Sharon Brandsma

Pat Edwards

Groundwaters

Monday, May 25
11:30 am to 2:30 am
Doug Card: Historian and Author From Camas to Courthouse: Early Lane County History

Joe Blakley: Sports History, Oregon History and fiction. http://www.bearcreekpress.com/

Marva Dasef

Groundwaters

2:30 to 5:30 am
Doug Card
Joe Blakley
Marva Dasef
Groundwaters

Directions: The entrance to Chateau Lorane is approximately 1/4 mile south of Lorane on Siuslaw River Road. As you pass the 2nd store (Lorane General Store and Deli), keep to your right at the "Y." (Don’t make a sharp right onto Old Lorane Road, though.) Follow Siuslaw River Road about 1/4 mile and you will see the entrance to Chateau Lorane on your right. It sits about a mile off of the road. See the map on the Chateau Lorane website at http://www.chateaulorane.com/contact.html

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