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The Other Bunch will sign books this Saturday, December 10, 2011

We will be signing books this Saturday, 10 – 5 at the Jerome Senior Center, 520 North Lincoln Craft Show. Stop by and pick up last minute stocking stuffers and your copy of “Voices from the Snake River Plain.” We have lowered the price to $10 for the holidays, so pick up several copies for your friends. Give the gift of reading this season.

New play by Other Bunch author debuts

“Tears for Llorona,” a new play written by Patricia Santos Marcantonio, debuted on the stage of the Twin Falls Center for the Arts on Nov. 4 and 5.
The play is a first for Marcantonio, who is a partner in Other Bunch Press. The play is based on one of Marcantonio’s short stories that is included in “Voices From the Snake River Plain.” The play is a retelling of an old Mexican ghost story but with a new twist. It was produced by Carolyn White and the Magic Valley Arts Council, and was directed by James Haycock. The play also featured an all-Latino cast.

Poster

Another place to buy Voices from the Snake River Plain

We are pleased to announce that you can now find our book, Voices from the Snake River Plain, at the Herrett Center Store on the College of Southern Idaho campus. Stop by and check it out!

‘Voices From the Snake River Plain’ on sale

You’ll find our book, “Voices From the Snake River Plain” on sale at Moose Hill Home Decor & Gifts, 830 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. (It’s down from Hastings).

It is a lovely shop.

Bonnie Dodge awarded 2010 Writer of the Year Award

At the state conference held in September 2010 in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, the Idaho Writer’s League named Bonnie Dodge 2010 Writer of the Year. Dodge earned the award for the significant body of work she published in 2009 consisting of articles for newsletters and websites, and as co-author and graphic designer of the anthology, Voices from the Snake River Plain.

Video trailer for Voices from the Snake River Plain

Check out the trailer for Voices from the Snake River Plain here.

“Voices from the Snake River Plain” at Indy bookstores

Dixie, Pat and I had a productive weekend. Before our reading at The Cabin, we stopped by Rediscovered Bookshop and A Novel Adventure, independent book stores in Boise, Idaho. We hope you will support these bookstores whenever you are in Boise.


You can find Voices from the Snake River Plain in the Idaho/Northwest section at Rediscovered Bookshop.

Random Readings January 30, 2010

The publishing world is changing daily, it seems, and there’s a lot of interest in the area of non-traditional forms of publishing. As “Writers Working for Writers,” the Idaho Writer’s Guild is proudly launching a new series called “Random Readings” on Saturday, January 30th from 1-3 pm at The Cabin, in Boise. Featured writers will share their experiences, from writing to publishing.

Here’s what you can look forward to: authors will read from their books, with commentary. Afterwards, there will be time for asking questions and sharing thoughts about the nuts and bolts of a variety of publishing processes. Not-to-be-missed refreshments will be served.

Southern Idaho residents Bonnie Dodge, Dixie Thomas Reale and Patricia Santos Marcantonio wrote and published “Voices from the Snake River Plain.” A collection of short stories, poems and essays, the book has been described as “a small treasure….we learn there is beauty in the landscape around us and people with stories to tell.” Some of the tales by these award-winning writers include a jackalope, an old Mexican ghost story, haunting landscapes and a road trip with Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey.

Val Robertson was the former president of The Couer du Bois Chapter of Romance Writers of America, and the founding and current president of the Popular Fiction Association of Idaho, which produces the Murder in the Grove mystery conference. She is also the organizer of the Boise Speculative Fiction writer’s support group. Her debut novel is entitled “Blade’s Edge.”

Also from Boise, Ken McConnell is both traditionally published and self-published. A Software Test Technician, Ken wrote and published “Starstrikers” in 2008. His first novel is “a military space novel that takes place between two galactic civilizations.” He also wrote “Null Pointer,” a mystery novel about a programmer sleuth.

“Random Readings” will take place in the Jean Wilson Reading Room, on the basement level at The Cabin, 801 S. Capitol Blvd, Boise. Admission is free. For further information contact Diane Graham at diane@idahowritersguild.org.

Thank you, Magic Valley

On November 6, Pat, Dixie and I enjoyed reading excerpts from Voices from the Snake River Plain to a standing-room-only crowd in Twin Falls, Idaho. A heartfelt thanks goes out to everyone who helped celebrate the launch of our new book. If you missed the event, copies are still available at the Magic Valley Arts Council, 132 Main Avenue South, Twin Falls, Idaho. They are also available at the Log Cabin Literary Center, 801 S. Capitol Boulevard in Boise, Idaho.