Kimberly Bowker will be at Paulina Springs Books. PHOTO PROVIDED
Kimberly Bowker will be at Paulina Springs Books. PHOTO PROVIDED
Bend writer Kimberly Bowker will present her new anthology called “Central Oregon Book Project” at Paulina Springs Books on Thursday, December 1. Several contributing writers, including Tiffany Lee Brown, Matthew Friday, Andrew Smiley, Catalina Frank, Kai Strand, Shawn Axten, and Beth Wood will read their pieces from the book.

Created, compiled, and edited by Kimberly Bowker, “Central Oregon Book Project” features stories, essays, and poems from twenty Central Oregon writers on the themes of archive, gratitude, community, and our future. “Central Oregon Book Project” is an anthology for sharing stories, remembering history, envisioning a collective future, and honoring this land. Intended to honor people’s connection to Central Oregon, “Central Oregon Book Project” serves as a platform where all can gather, share, learn, and listen.

Kimberly Bowker is a writer based in Bend. Her first job in high school was at Paulina Springs Books and she worked at The Bulletin following college. She loves to explore and write about how everything connects.

The free event starts at 6:30 p.m. at Paulina Springs Books, located at 252 W. Hood Ave. All ages are welcome.

For more information call 541-549-0866 or visit www.paulinaspringsbooks.com.