Links to other literary venues


Healdsburg Center for the Arts – The Healdsburg Center for the Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to creating, inspiring, and promoting the arts through community education programs, events, and exhibitions. Contact the Center for details of their programs at



Sonoma County LibraryHealdsburg Public Library – The Healdsburg Public Library serves the Healdsburg, Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, and Geyserville communities. The library supports the communities with many special events for local authors and residents. Go to the Library’s website for information on services and events at

Windsor Public Library -Windsor Public Library opened in 1888.  It offers a variety of services and classes to Windsor residents and surrounding areas.

Cloverdale Regional Library – There has been a library in Cloverdale since 1894 when a rental library was started in what was called Library Hall.


Redwood Writers -Redwood Writers has been an affiliate of the California Writers Club since 1975. The organization meets monthly and hosts a number of other meetings and classes supporting writers of all genres. To get more information on their activities, visit their website at



Sonoma County Literary Update – This website,, is a literary newsletter and calendar for Sonoma County.


WordTemple Poetry Series – Katherine Hastings has hosted this poetry series for years. She is also the host of a radio version of WordTemple on National Public Radio affiliate KRCB 91.2 FM. To get information on the series and the radio program, go to


cloverdale arts allianceThe Cloverdale Arts Alliance – (CAA) has enriched the communities of Northern Sonoma by providing year round events, classes, and exhibits for fourteen years.  From the Sculpture Trail to Discovering Art, THE Jazz Club to the Gallery, Music Workshops to Friday Night Live, CAA has always sought to bring a full range of artistic experiences to our community. CAA has recently added classes for children and adults, and writing workshops. Go to


Books on Stage – Books on Stage is an every-other-month reading series that takes place on a Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m. at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center (CPAC), located at 209 North Cloverdale Boulevard. Each evening features a poet and a prose writer, both of whom have 30 minutes to read, with time for Q&A. There are also refreshments provided during the intermission, and author book sales and conversations following the readings. A free series open to the public. More info can be found at