Timberland Reads Together
11th annual Timberland Reads Together (TRT) features an anthology of short fiction by
southwest Washington writers, edited by Timberland Regional Library
Timberland Writes Together
Timberland Writes Together explores each writer’s take on optimism and serves as a catalyst for community conversations; myriad and far ranging.
Supported by its Foundation, Timberland Regional Library invited writers and artists within the library district to submit work for consideration. Nearly two hundred writers and artists rose to the Library’s challenge: Submit a story or work of art that conveys a sense of optimism - any genre, any time period.
Timberland Writes Together includes fifteen southwest Washington writers and one artist: Anthea Sharp, Jim Tweedie, Pam Anderson, Keith Eisner, Meagan Macvie, Caelyn Williams, Beth Anderson, Laura Koerber, Edward Marcus, Suzanne Staples, Llyn De Danaan, Eve Hambruch, Jessie Weaver, Barbara Yunker, Kim K. O’Hara and Kathryn Wanless.
Timberland Reads Together (TRT) is an annual program of the Timberland Regional Library that promotes and celebrates reading and community. One book is chosen each year that has widespread appeal across various interests. Everyone in the five-county library district is encouraged to read the book and to attend free book discussions, author presentations, live performances and programs throughout the month of October at local Timberland libraries and other venues.
In its 11th year of success in bringing communities together and adding a richness and depth to the experience of reading, Timberland Reads Together exemplifies Timberland Regional Library’s mission to provide information, resources, services and places where all people are free to read, learn, connect and grow.
Previous TRT Programs