Rod E. Cantiveros is the only Asian writer in this anthology
After many months of attending class on Writing For An Anthology, Marjorie Anderson’s 8 writing students published their book under the McNally Robinson’s Expresso Book Machine, a self-publishing initiative which caters to the local writers.
The anthology, WATER: REFLECTION ON THIRST, THANKS AND TRUTH, under the collective name Writers Unblocked, will be celebrated and launched in the atrium of the store on April 22, Tuesday at 7 p.m. The eight writers, namely, Roselea Young, Linda Romanetz, Les Rankin, Barb King, Kathy French, Nancy Clendenan, Eleanor Chornoboy, and Rod E. Cantiveros will read short selections from their short stories and talk briefly about the experience of collaborative writing.
The headline of the article at the inside back page of McNally Robinson’s BOOKSELLER says: From the classroom to the Expresso Book Machine to the bookshelf tells the story of a creative process of the eight writers.
Snack will be served. By invitation only.