Voicecatcher 2 (2007 Edition)
From the thriving literary community of Portland, Oregon, VoiceCatcher presents new prose and poetry by award-winning and emerging women writers. This eclectic collection offers stories of bubbles and bicycles, hairdos and peanut butter, gratitude and loss, growing up and growing old, finding love and finding work, memories, dreams and other adventures in between. VoiceCatcher grew out of a community of women writers and is an offering to the wider community of readers. We are a non-profit entity - revenue from the sale of VoiceCatcher support its publication and funds scholarships for Write Around Portland writers.
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One Goddess Amanda Sledz
Reﬂections on a Quiet Life Sandra Sakurai
Frankenstein and Me Helen Crowley Cheek
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