Meet the Author September 7th

This Friday September 7th 3:00 pm author Marjorie Meret-Carmen is reading from her Memoir ‘Repairing the Benzo Blunder: A Mosaic of Recovery’ at Roundabout Books in Bend, 900 Northwest Mount Washington Drive #110, Bend, OR 97703 Come early to order a pastry and get a good seat. We cant wait to see you there!

There’s Such a Thing

There’s Such a Thing by Jason K. Smith is an engaging story that is sadly relevant in today’s world.  I found the main character both self destructive and endearing making him very likable. I was curious about the choices he would make along his journey and I was rooting for him to come out ahead. […]

New Title Press Release!

Repairing the Benzo Blunder: A Mosaic of Recovery by Marjorie Meret-Carmen,M.Ed. A story of hope, recovery, and the aftermath of an unwitting affair with Ativan. Coming March 30th, 2018 Moonglade Press Everyday, ordinary people are prescribed Benzodiazepines to help them cope with anxiety or insomnia. Everyday, someone takes a little white pill and unwittingly […]


In the Pueblo Magico of Todos Santos, Mexico January 27 – February 3, 2018 New this year! Ellen Waterston will join the faculty of the Todos Santos Writers Workshop. Attend “Inner and Outer Landscapes: Nature Writing in the First Person” February 1, 3:00 p.m. with Ellen Waterston and Christopher Merrill. Ellen will also be available for […]

“Hotel Domilocos” Reading and Workshop Nov. 1st

“Hotel Domilocos” Reading and Workshop at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Wednesday, November 1, 2017 2:00pm  4:00pm Ellen Waterston will read from her fourth and newest poetry collection, “Hotel Domilocos,” followed by “Write Where You Are,” a poetry writing workshop. The event is free and open to the public. Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon 61980 Skyline […]

About our newest author

Ellen Waterston is a literary arts advocate and award winning poet and author. Hotel Domilocos, her fourth book of poetry, will be released April of 2017. In 2015 Waterston converted her third collection, the verse novel Vía Láctea: A Woman of a Certain Age Walks the Camino, to a libretto which premiered as a full-length […]

Why “Moonglade?”

Founder Marjorie Meret-Carmen, inspired by her father’s artwork, envisioned Moonglade Press to be a way to send an author’s reflections into the world.  Each author’s experiences and inspirations are a fundamental building block in our individual journeys to learn what we can from this world and translate that learning into ways to make the world […]