Hector Timourian received the Lydia Wood first place poetry award for “Abraham’s Hope” published in All That Remains, the Las Positas College 2013 anthology. This award, the highest honor for poetry, was announced at the anthology publication ceremony on May 11, 2013.
Eight members of Tri-Valley Writers were published in All That Remains, the Las Positas College 2013 anthology. A publication ceremony celebrated these and other authors on May 11, 2013, where they each received a complimentary book.
Hector Timourian: “Abraham’s Hope” – First Prize Winner
Deborah Jordan Bernal: “Get Off the Road” and “Dreams”
Susan Condeff: “Pen Over Paper”
Alice Kight: “Summer” and “John Denver’s Voice”
Marilyn Slade: “Freedom”
Stacey Gustafson: “Hair Today Gone Tomorrow” and “He’s Not That Into Me”
Julaina Kleist-Corwin: “Stepping Stones”
Mary Ann Shaffer: “The Medic”
Four CWC Tri-Valley poets were honored at Livermore in Art & Words artist reception April 14, 2012. Among the poems displayed were “Devinely Vine”, “Imagine This” and “Like Fine Wine” by LaDonna Fehlberg; “Welcoming Committee” and “Visit to Alden Lane” by Alice Kight; “Vineyards of Livermore” and Twenty Minutes to Sunset” by Marilyn Slade; and “No Half Measures,” by Hector Timourian. The poems are displayed with others throughout April at The Prudential California Realty office gallery in Livermore.
Stacey Gustafson has a column on Pleasanton Patch. Enjoy her humorous writing
Tri-Valley members Lynn Goodwin, Lani Longshore and Hector Timourian have been confirmed as authors to be published in West Winds, the California Writers Club anthology.