Paula Coomer|Somebody Should Have Scolded the Girl
Please join us for the Palouse region release party for SOMEBODY SHOULD HAVE SCOLDED THE GIRL, a short story collection by long-time regional poet and author Paula Coomer.
Paula Coomer is a poet and literary fiction writer who occasionally writes about food and health. Books include JAGGED EDGE OF THE SKY, DOVE CREEK, SUMMER OF GOVERNMENT CHEESE, NURSES WHO LOVE ENGLISH, and BLUE MOON VEGETARIAN, among others. A long-time teacher of writing, Ms. Coomer has been a nominee for the Pulitzer and other awards. She lives in the tiny village of Garfield, Washington, where she coaches writers and organizes and facilitates Clearwater Writers, a writing retreat program on the Wild and Scenic Clearwater River near Syringa, Idaho.
Grab an Ameripass for one low fare and 'ride the Dog' across America with author Paula Coomer for a gritty, unflinching journey through some of the country's most poignant and vulnerable moments: War. Racism. Women's rights. The Sexual Revolution and more.