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Handmade Journals

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Estes Valley Library
Makerspace
Join us in the Makerspace to make a one of a kind handmade journal for your creative notes and sketches.

A "PEN-demonium!" program to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley.
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Handmade Journals

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Estes Valley Library
Makerspace
Join us in the Makerspace to make a one of a kind handmade journal for your creative notes and sketches.

A "PEN-demonium!" program to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley.
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Books and Authors: An Author’s Journey: Ed Davis Shares His Writing Process and Wisdom (In-Person)

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Estes Valley Library
Hondius Community Room
NOTE: Ed will not be joining us in person. He'll be giving his talk via Zoom from California, but we'd like to give folks the opportunity to gather in person to watch and ask questions.

As part of our month-long “PEN-demonium!” series to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley, we’re excited to bring you award-winning author and chronicler of road stories Ed Davis, who will discuss his writing journey and process, and answer your questions. Ed’s work includes:
You can find Ed's work in our catalog, and you may remember him from his visit to Estes Park in April as part of his book tour for The Last Professional.

While this program is designed to benefit and inspire writers and aspiring writers, all are welcome to join! We’ll leave plenty of time for Q&A, and you may submit questions in advance of the talk here.

About Ed Davis

Ed Davis began his writing career over forty years ago, pausing in boxcars, under street lamps, and in hobo jungles to capture the beats and rhythms of the road as he caught freight trains and vagabonded around the Pacific Northwest and Canada. As Ed illustrates in Forty Years from Boxcar to Book Launch, The Last Professional was born on the rails. His short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals. His novella, In All Things, and his collection of travel pieces, Road Stories, have both been Amazon Top Ten bestsellers. Ed’s death row thriller, A Matter of Time, was written in real time, twenty-four hours, as the last day of the hero’s life unfolds. His work has appeared in Gris-Gris, New English Review, and The Penman Review among others.  Ed and his wife Jan live in Northern California, not far from Jack London’s Beauty Ranch.

About the program

Ed will be giving his talk via Zoom from California. Register for this event if you'd like to gather with others at the Library to watch and ask questions. You can also find the Zoom event on our calendar.

"PEN-demonium!" program to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley.

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Books and Authors: An Author’s Journey: Ed Davis Shares His Writing Process and Wisdom (On Zoom)

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
ZOOM
As part of our month-long “PEN-demonium!” series to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley, we’re excited to bring you award-winning author and chronicler of road stories Ed Davis, who will discuss his writing journey and process, and answer your questions. Ed’s work includes:
You can find Ed's work in our catalog, and you may remember him from his visit to Estes Park in April as part of his book tour for The Last Professional.

While this program is designed to benefit and inspire writers and aspiring writers, all are welcome to join! We’ll leave plenty of time for Q&A, and you may submit questions in advance of the talk here.

About Ed Davis

Ed Davis began his writing career over forty years ago, pausing in boxcars, under street lamps, and in hobo jungles to capture the beats and rhythms of the road as he caught freight trains and vagabonded around the Pacific Northwest and Canada. As Ed illustrates in Forty Years from Boxcar to Book Launch, The Last Professional was born on the rails. His short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals. His novella, In All Things, and his collection of travel pieces, Road Stories, have both been Amazon Top Ten bestsellers. Ed’s death row thriller, A Matter of Time, was written in real time, twenty-four hours, as the last day of the hero’s life unfolds. His work has appeared in Gris-Gris, New English Review, and The Penman Review among others.  Ed and his wife Jan live in Northern California, not far from Jack London’s Beauty Ranch.

About the program

Please include your email address when registering. On registering with an email address, you'll receive an email with the Zoom meeting link and other information. If you have trouble connecting to the Zoom meeting, please call the Library at 970-586-8116 and someone will assist you.

"PEN-demonium!" program to promote and celebrate writing in the Estes Valley.

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