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Meet Writers of West Seattle today @ Liberty Plaza

September 12, 2010

Join us at the ACC table at the Family Fun Day from noon – 7:30 p.m. and meet local West Seattle Writers who will be promoting their latest books and answer your questions. Below is the schedule:

Noon – 2 p.m. Moreah Vestan
Compassionate Communication Trainer, Life Coach
Pleasures and Ponderings: From Nun to Nudist to Now (77 essays of my life)
Diving Right In: Reflecting on Life’s Adventures , a book of poetry and vignettes.
1 p.m.  – Rose De Dan
Wild Reiki and Shamanic Healing LLC building bridges between people and animals.
Tails of a Healer: Animals, Reiki and Shamanism
1-2 p.m. – Peter Stekel
Mystery of the Frozen Airmen
On November 18, 1942 a US Army Air Forces Beech 18 AT-7 left Mather Field in California. On board for the navigation training flight was a pilot and three students. They were never seen alive again.
In 1947, the army identified aircraft wreckage frozen into Mendel Glacier in Kings Canyon National Park as belonging to the missing AT-7. Three trips to recover remains were unsuccessful and the crew was forgotten. In 2005 human remains melting out of Mendel Glacier were tied to the missing AT-7. Peter made a trip to the glacier in 2007 and found the remains of a second crew member.
1-2:45 p.m. Conrad Wesselhoeft
Worked as a tugboat hand and Peace Corps volunteer before embarking on a career in journalism. He has served on the editorial staffs of five newspapers, including The New York Times.
Adios, Nirvana will be published next month by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Here’s a brief synopsis of the book:Adios, Nirvana is about a teenaged poet-musician who survives the first anniversary of his twin brother’s death with the help of a blind World War II veteran, a great group of “Thicks” (best friends), and one very special guitar.

Between 2-6 p.m. Judy Lane Children’s author.

Keiko and the Crow, set in our own Lincoln Park.

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