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Hotel Angeline: A Novel in 36 Voices Paperback – Import, 19 May 2011

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“Working on crafting the story into Hotel Angeline has been a pleasure. There’s something about this project that glows when you hold it in your hands, and I hope the readers feel that glow, too.” ―Garth Stein “This may well be the craziest―but best―thing I've ever been part of. The camaraderie of the authors, the excitement of the audience (live and online), even the long hours it took to bring it all together, were joyous and moving. Words flowing from an author’s mind through fingers to keyboard to projection screen? Absolutely incredible.” ―Jennie Shortridge “Hotel Angeline is a unique writing project, and it’s a testament to what a group of focused, talented, and determined writers can produce when inspired to do something good for the world.” ―Susan Wiggs “Working on Hotel Angeline was hands down the best two-hour, multi-authored, improvised, live-broadcast, literary advocacy writing experience I had all of last year! I loved it!” ―Sean Beaudoin

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A Seattle7Writers project for literacy, this novel was written by Kathleen Alcalá, Matthew Amster-Burton, Kit Bakke, Erica Bauermeister, Sean Beaudoin, Dave Boling, Deb Caletti, Carol Cassella, William Dietrich, Robert Dugoni, Kevin Emerson, Karen Finneyfrock, Clyde Ford, Jamie Ford, Elizabeth George, Mary Guterson, Maria Dahvana Headley, Teri Hein, Stephanie Kallos, Erik Larson, David Lasky, Stacey Levine, Frances McCue, Jarret Middleton, Peter Mountford, Kevin O'Brien, Julia Quinn, Nancy Rawles, Suzanne Selfors, Jennie Shortridge, Ed Skoog, Garth Stein, Greg Stump, Indu Sundaresan, Craig Welch and Susan Wiggs. Foreword by Nancy Pearl. Introduction by Garth Stein.

Kathleen Alcalá contributed to a novel for the Seattle7Writers project for literacy.

Matthew Amster-Burton is a restaurant critic, food writer, and former rock journalist with credits in The Best Food Writing, The Seattle Times, Gourmet, Seattle Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Parent Map, culinate.com, and egullet.com―as well as his food blog, Roots and Grubs. He lives in Seattle with his wife Laurie, a school librarian, and his daughter Iris.

Kevin Emerson once competed in a beauty pageant and lost (probably because he was wearing a suit of armor). He is the author of twelve novels for teen and middle grade readers, including the Atlanteans series, the Exile series, and The Fellowship for Alien Detection. He is also a guitarist and drummer in two bands: Northern Allies and the Board of Education. Emerson once appeared in a Swedish television commercial, knows that bow ties are cool, and also knows that Pinkie Pie is the best MLP. He lives with his wife and two young children in Seattle, where the damp, gloomy nights inspired Oliver’s story.

Stacey Levine is the author of My Horse and Other Stories (PEN/West Award) and the novels Dra― and Frances Johnson (finalist for the Washington State Book Award). A Pushcart Prize nominee and winner of the 2009 Stranger Literary Genius award, Levine has had fiction appear in the Denver Quarterly, Fence, Tin House, The Fairy Tale Review, Seattle Magazine, The Santa Monica Review, Yeti, and many other venues. She has also contributed to American Book Review, Bookforum, Fodor’s City Guides, The Stranger, The Chicago Reader, The Seattle Times, and The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Her libretto for The Wreck of the St. Nikolai, a puppet opera performed in Seattle, is based on battles between the Pacific Northwest Quilyeute tribes and Russian fur traders.    

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  • Publisher : Open Road Media (19 May 2011)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 258 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1453258272
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1453258279
  • Item Weight : 354 g
  • Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.5 x 21.59 cm
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