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Wallowa County historian David Weaver featured at Fishtrap Fireside in Enterprise

Free event features light refreshments

Published on November 21, 2017 10:08AM


The December edition of Fishtrap Fireside celebrates writers and stories from across Wallowa County and the world. Featured readers are poet Daniel Iacob, Caiti Leo and historian David Weaver. An open mic follows where audience members have a chance to share their stories.

Fireside is a free monthly event the first Friday of the month at Fishtrap, 400 East Grant St., Enterprise. The community is encouraged to attend these events, enjoy light refreshments and hear new work by their friends and neighbors.

• Daniel Iacob was born in Romania in 1988, one year before the Romanian Revolution and collapse of the dictator regime. His family moved to the USA when he was nine and lived in New York City for a year before moving to Seattle, and finally Springfield, Mo.

Daniel graduated from Missouri State University with a B.A. in Creative Writing, and received a Masters in Poetry from University of Idaho. His work has been published in Nowhere Magazine and Moon City Review. His long prose poem “Lost in America” was a Top 10 Finalist in a national writing contest.

• Caiti Leo grew up anywhere and everywhere between the steep slopes and cold coasts of Alaska, and the nuclear-blue of the of the Nevada desert. Martian-like landscapes and surreal skylines inspired the imagery and imagination in many of her words.

Her work ranges from spoken word to a deep and rooted love of science fiction, but always taking a strong social, political and environmental stand. Inspired by a background in behavioral psychology and creative writing, her pieces reach out to the undeniably human element in everyone.

• David Weaver was born and has lived mostly in Wallowa County his entire life. He has worked for the Oregon Department of Forestry as for the past 33 years. More a reader than a writer, Weaver is making an attempt at the craft in order to share some of the things he’s learned researching the history of early Wallowa County photographers. As an amateur historian, he is primarily interested in the relationship between nature and the people who have lived in Wallowa County.



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