Northwest NEWS

April 22, 2002

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Noted author to support Washington Trout

Noted author David James Duncan will be in the Seattle area May 18 to support Duvall-based Washington Trout, a nonprofit environmental organization that works to restore and protect native fish and their habitats in Washington.
   Duncan is the author of two novels, The River Why (1983) and The Brothers K (1992), and two essay collections, River Teeth (1995) and most recently My Story as Told by Water (2001).
   Duncan will be signing books at Parkplace Book Company in Kirkland from 1 to 2:30 p.m. A portion of the proceeds from book sales at the signing will help support Washington Trout's many salmon-recovery initiatives. The evening of the 18th, Duncan will appear at Washington Trout's Annual Banquet and Benefit Auction at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville, signing books from 4 to 5 p.m., and delivering the keynote address during the banquet. All the proceeds will support Washington Trout.
   For more information, see page 9. at .
   Readings and Presentations by David James Duncan, May 18 2002
   Book Signing at Parkplace Book Company (free event)
   348 Parkplace Center, Kirkland, WA 98033, 425/828-6546
   A portion of the proceeds from Duncanās books sold during this event will
   benefit Washington Trout.
   Washington Troutās Eleventh Annual Wild Fish Soiree and Benefit Auction
   (ticketed event; contact Washington Trout for details)
   Duncan will sign books from 4:00-5:00, and will be speaking at 6:30.
   Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, One Stimson Lane, Woodinville, WA
   For tickets email
   or call 425 788-1167
   All proceeds from the auction will benefit Washington Trout
   Joanne Hedou
   Outreach Coordinator
   Washington Trout
   15629 Main Street N.E.
   P.O. Box 402
   Duvall, WA 98019
   (425)788-9634 (Fax)
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