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@ Literary Arts Online: One Page Wednesday – September

September 2, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

Literary Arts is taking One Page online!

Here is an opportunity to share or listen to one page of work in progress from talented writers from everywhere. Come with a single page of work and sign up to read – or come to listen and prepare to be inspired!

September’s One Page featured reader is Nastashia Minto. Hosted by Natalie Serber.

Click here to register.

You do NOT need a Zoom account to log on to a Zoom meeting. You don’t need to live in Portland to participate. If you have questions, please contact jessica@literary-arts.org.

Nastashia Minto is the author of Naked: The Rhythm and Groove of It. The Depth and Length to It. An African American woman born in South Georgia and raised there by her grandparents, she grew up in poverty and around drugs, alcohol, and family violence. Her life experiences led her to obtain an associate’s degree in occupational therapy and a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Nastashia has been writing since she was nine years old, and has found that her writing offers her a way to help others. Her work has appeared in Gobshite Quarterly, Portland Metrozine, Nailed Magazine, SUSAN The Journal, and the Unchaste Anthology. She is a popular featured reader at Portland/ Seattle reading series including Grief Rites, Seattle Folklife, and Powell’s book store.

Venue

Online
N/A
Portland, OR 97207

Organizer

Phone:
503-227-2583
Email:
la@literary-arts.org
Website:
https://literary-arts.org