Two writers offer readings in ‘magic-realism style’ in Port Angeles tonight

PORT ANGELES — Multi-genre artist Michael Mills and author Kristy Webster, both explorers of the magic-realism style, will offer readings during the North Coast Writers gathering at the Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St., tonight.

Admission is free to the 7 p.m. reading, which will take place in the library’s Raymond Carver Room.

Mills, who teaches English and art at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, is the faculty adviser for the college’s Tidepools art and literature magazine.

He’s also a rock bass player, short-story writer and playwright.

Four of his works, including “Freak Like Me: The Musical,” were presented at Peninsula College in 2012, and this past weekend, his play “Yukon Miracle 1897” was part of the Find Your Voice Play Festival on campus.

Mills’ short story Violin Dominicana has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and his creative non-fiction, short stories and poetry have appeared in journals such as Palabra,

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