Book-Club Showcase with Marj Hahne (Hybrid Lit) and Lisa St. John (Poetry)

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Wherever you fire up your computer!

Experience a new IWWG member benefit!

This BOOK-CLUB SHOWCASE is FREE for anyone to attend; however, our BOOK CLUBS will be open only to Members. 

7:00–8:00 PM (Eastern) / 4:00–5:00 PM (Pacific) / Check your time-zone HERE.

REGISTER HERE even if you may not be able to attend "live," so that you can receive the webinar recording.

Marj and Lisa will present the titles we'll be discussing in our respective book clubs, launching in Fall 2018. Marj's hybrid-lit book club will meet every other month, beginning in September; and Lisa's poetry book club will meet every other month, beginning in October.

Marj Hahne is a freelance editor and writing teacher, and a 2015 MFA graduate from the Rainier Writing Workshop, with a concentration in poetry. She has performed and taught at over 100 venues around the country, as well as been featured on public radio and television programs. Her poems have appeared in literary journals, anthologies, art exhibits, and dance performances.

Lisa St. John

 is a high school English teacher and published poet. Her newest writing endeavor is a memoir in progress. Lisa authored a poetry chapbook, Ponderings (Finishing Line Press, 2015), and her poems appear in Barbaric Yawp, Bear Creek Haiku, Misfit Magazine, The Poet’s Billow,  PKA’s Advocate, The Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, The Ekphrastic Review, Eyedrum Periodically, Poets Reading the News, and Chronogram Magazine. Her poem “There Must Be a Science to This” won The Poet’s Billow’s Bermuda Triangle Contest, and “Mowing the Lawn” was shortlisted for the Fish Poetry Prize and later published in Fish Anthology 2016. Her poem “The Whens of Now” was selected as a finalist for the New Millennium Writings 44th Literary Awards, and “Where Is Ophelia’s Mother?” won second place in the Poetry Society of Virginia's Sarah Lockwood Memorial Poetry Prize. A memoir excerpt, “I Still Exist,” was published by Grief Digest Magazine. Lisa also writes two blogs, Random Mind Movements and Widows’ Words, located at her website.