April Moshin Salon


Writing Between the Vines presents the Moshin Salon Reading Series and Reception from 5:30 to 7pm at the Moshin Vineyards tasting room in Healdsburg.

Join us at Moshin Vineyards to welcome our 2017 writer-in-residence and enjoy an intimate evening of wine, nibbles, and stories from our current Writing Between the Vines residents and alumni of the program. 

Next event Monday, April 10th, 5:30-7:00 pm


GRACE HWANG LYNCH, 2017 Moshin Vineyards--Grace Hwang Lynch is a journalist and essayist, she write about issues involving race, culture, parenting, food -- and often the intersection of all of the above. She’s been a contributor to PBS, PRI, Library Journal, and Mom.me, and served as the news editor for BlogHer.com. She also runs the award-winning blog HapaMama, which focuses on experiences of mixed race Asian American families. Whether through journalism or creative writing, her goal is to create narratives that illuminate the life in our increasingly diverse society.

JACQUELINE DOYLE, 2016 Inman Family Vineyards --Jacqueline Doyle is a professor at California State University, East Bay, where she teaches creative writing and literature. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in Southern Humanities Review, PANK, Confrontation, South Dakota Review, Quarter After Eight, Cold Mountain Review, and elsewhere. She has earned two Pushcart nominations, a Best of the Net nomination, and Notable Essay citations in Best American Essays 2013 and Best American Essays 2015.

MONICA NOLAN, 2016 Inman Family Vineyards --Monica Nolan received an MFA in film from San Francisco State University but switched to writing when she realized pens and paper were cheaper than cameras and film. She has written articles about film and pop culture for Bitch Magazine, Release Print, Lambda Literary and the San Francisco Chronicle. She writes about film for several local film festivals and blogs semi-regularly, mostly about lesbian pulp fiction, vintage teen fiction, and film. She has published four novels and co-authored a book of short stories, all parodies of lesbian pulp fiction.

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