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Member Directory

Write On The River Members have busy writing lives and a commitment to the craft–and art–of writing. Get to know a few of us, below, and follow the connections to learn more about what your like-minded neighbors are up to.

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Dan Gemeinhart writes middle grade novels for children. He is the author of four middle grade books from Scholastic Press, as well as the forthcoming The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise in January 2019. His passions beside reading and writing books are the outdoors and music. His writing website can be found at www.dangemeinhart.com, and you can follow him on Twitter at @dangemeinhart. He lives in Cashmere with his wife and three young daughters.

 

 

Christine M. Kendall is a poet and member of Write on the River and Confluence Poets in the Methow. She’s published in journals, and anthologies, and her collection, Resting in the Familiar is available at Village Books and Trail’s End Bookstore in Winthrop. Visit her blog: christine-twisp.com WordPress pages. She participates in August Postcard poetry fest, and writes postcards about peace in February. Sign up by January 30 with worldpeacepoets@gmail.com.

 

Kay Kenyon is the author of fifteen science fiction and fantasy novels. Her latest work is a historical fantasy trilogy from Simon and Schuster, beginning with At the Table of Wolves and continuing with Serpent in the Heather and Nest of the Monarch. Check out her other works here. She is a founding member of Write on the River and teaches a  novel seminar for WOTR every spring. Connect with Kay at her website.

 

Theresa Monsey writes high octane romantic thrillers under the pen name Trish McCallan. She was a double finalist in Romance Writers of America’s prestigious 2013 RITA® contest. Her award winning romantic thriller, Forged in Fire, came about after a marathon reading session, and a bottle of Nyquil that sparked a vivid dream. She lives in eastern Washington with four golden retrievers, a black lab mix and two cats. You can find out more information on up coming projects through her website.

 

Lorna Rose-Hahn writes narrative nonfiction and poetry under the name Lorna Rose. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in 34th Parallel Magazine, Rising Phoenix Review, Jellyfish Review, Mothers Always Write, and elsewhere. Her essay, “Always be the Months,” appears in the anthology Washington’s 2018 Emerging Writers. She has been a guest blogger at Literary Mama, and is a regular contributor to The Good Men Project. Her first book-length work, a memoir, was a finalist in 2017’s Pacific Northwest Writers’ Association contest. She is currently marketing it to agents. For more on Lorna,www.lornarose.com.

 

Daniel Sconce. I read voraciously. My most satisfying reads are crime and suspense. A tricky romantic relationship is usually involved. My novel, “Normal Life”, was my first effort to add my voice to that genre.  My titles in novels as well as poetry are available through Amazon. I have fifteen copies of “Normal Life” available for purchase. Send your $10.00 check (include your mailing address) to Daniel Sconce, 300 So. Elliott Ave. #26, Wenatchee, WA 98801 and I’ll send you a copy via USPS.

Holly Thorpe is a writer from Wenatchee. She currently works in community relations and freelances for some local publications. You can follow along with her writing at @hollythorpewrites or shoot her a note at hollythorpewrites@gmail.com