Our Dock Street Salon reading series welcomes two local writers whose storytelling crosses many media lines.
Lisa Nicholas-Ritscher is a writer raised in rural Washington State and now works as a copy writer in Seattle, where she is also a fiction editor for Pacifica Literary Review. She was recipient of the University of Washington's Milliman Scholarship and the David Guterson Prize for fiction and has work published for radio via The Furnace Reading Series and for print in Pacifica Literary Review and DIAGRAM. She plays the clarinet, and like everybody, plays the fool, sometimes.
Kate Berwanger is a creator of zines, short tales, and concise oddities. She organizes literary events throughout Seattle, with a focus on finding new blood. Her passion lies in tactile and tangible storytelling. She is the founder of Assembly, a literary open mic night that takes place in Belltown at Screwdriver Bar, on the first Wednesday of each month. Kate’s work can be found at www.thecoyhyena.com, and can be yours at the click of a button, in the space of a heartbeat.