Windfall Reading at Eugene Public Library

Windfall Reading Series: Janice D. Rubin and Laura LeHew

Janice D. Rubin has been honored with nominations for the Pushcart Poetry Prize and the Oregon Book Awards Stafford/Hall Award for Poetry.  She is the author of Transcending Damnation Creek Trail and Other Poems and Tin Coyote, and her poems have been widely published in journals and anthologies.  A counselor and educator, she currently teaches at Lane Community College.

Laura LeHew is “obsessed with the creepy, creaky underbelly of life and whatever lies beyond.”  Her poetry collections include Buyer’s Remorse, poems on abuse; Becoming, a non-linear discourse on alcoholism and dementia; Willingly Would I Burn, themed around math and science; It’s Always Night, It Always Rains, with a murder/noir theme; and Beauty, inspired by fairy tales. In addition to writing, LeHew heads Deer Run Associates, which provides computer forensic investigations and information security consulting services worldwide.
The Windfall Reading Series is presented in partnership by the Eugene Public Library and the Lane Literary Guild.  Refreshments are served at intermission.  The readings are free. Info: 541-682-5450 or

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