We are members of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association and Women’s Fiction Writers Association.
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Mark Jones produces radio shows (like Connections on Capital Public Radio’s Music Station). As Martin Jenkins, he’s heard on CapRadio’s four news stations, and sometimes—during fund drives—on the Music Station. Mark also writes radio ads and stories, and has sung, acted and directed local theater and TV.
We’re about the story and the process. Do your best work, and on time. Life’s too short to make things harder than they have to be.