Adventures in Publishing
A novelist, a cook and a poet share their different paths to the bookstore shelfSaturday / Nov19 / 3:00pm / Free / 691 Auahi St
R&D presents a panel discussion with 3 authors who work in 3 very different disciplines. Each will speak about the challenges and triumphs of their distinct literary realms, and discuss the present and future of writing and publishing.
DABNEY GOUGH is a food writer and recipe developer whose work has appeared in HAWAII Magazine, the Honolulu Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Fine Cooking Magazine, among others. She is co-author of the newly released book Eat Good Food, as well as the forthcoming Sweet Cream & Sugar Cones, the highly anticipated cookbook from San Francisco’s Bi-Rite Creamery.
SCOTT ABELS has an MFA in Creative Writing from Boise State University. Rambo Goes to Idaho, just released by BlazeVOX [books], is his first book of poems. More of his poems can be found (or are forthcoming) with RealPoetik, Lungfull!, Forklift Ohio, DIAGRAM, Sink Review, H_NGM_N, Word for/Word, and others. He currently lives and teaches in Honolulu, where he edits the online journal of experimental poetry Country Music.
TYLER MCMAHON is author of the novel How the Mistakes Were Made (St. Martin’s 2011) and a professor at Hawai‘i Pacific University. His short work has appeared in The Antioch Review, Three Penny Review, The Rumpus, and The Nervous Breakdown. He co-edited the nonfiction anthologies Surfing’s Greatest Misadventures and Fishing’s Greatest Misadventures from Casagrande Press.