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5:00 pm

Kathryn Kolbert & Julie F. Kay in Conversation With Dr. Jennifer Lincoln

November 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207

Reproductive freedom has never been in more dire straits. Roe v. Wade protected abortion rights and Planned Parenthood v. Casey unexpectedly preserved them. Yet in the following decades these rights have been gutted by restrictive state legislation, the appointment of hundreds of anti-abortion judges, and violence against abortion providers. Today, the ultra-conservative majority at the Supreme Court has activists, medical providers, and everyday Americans worry that we are about to lose our most fundamental reproductive protections. When Roe is toppled, abortion may quickly become a criminal offense in nearly one-third of the United States. At least six states have enacted bans on abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy – before many women are even aware they are pregnant. Today, 89% of U.S. counties…

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5:30 pm

Fall | Zoom | Flash Nonfiction II Workshop w Brian Benson | Nov 2 – Nov 30

November 2 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207
$215 – $244

Flash nonfiction, simply put, is true-to-life writing defined by extreme compression. It's saying what you've got to say using as few words, and as much beauty, as possible. An endlessly accessible, playful, potent form, flash nonfiction is evermore popular; from Brevity to Barren, The Forge to The Sun, legions of journals are eager to publish great flash. This class is designed for writers who have taken the Attic's Intro to Flash Nonfiction course, but it's open to all writers. Over five weeks, students will read some stellar flash nonfiction, generate new writing, workshop works-in-progress, and move toward submitting their work for publication. | Maximum: 12 writers Register for this workshop NOTE: Click to sign up for a free Zoom account. Teacher: Brian Benson Time: Tuesdays, Nov 2 to…

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6:00 pm

Drop-in Writing Workshop for BIPOC Writers with Anya Pearson

November 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207
$5 – $30

This is one of four online workshops for BIPOC writers designed to help you generate new material, refine an existing draft, or simply discover the permission to call yourself a writer. We will gather on Zoom on the first Tuesday of each month (September-December) and hold space for each other, creating a community with other BIPOC writers. Think of this as a playpen and creative incubator to support you as you generate writing and navigate building a creative practice and life in the arts. We will write together using specific prompts. We’ll bounce ideas off each other, share our work in progress, and hold space for the fullness of who we are. Sign up for one, two, three, or all four sessions. Additional sessions are listed below or on…

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8:00 pm

Shea Serrano / Ticketed Event

November 2 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207

Don't call it a comeback: bestselling author Shea Serrano’s latest book, Hip-Hop (And Other Things) (Twelve), combines the smooth hipness of A Tribe Called Quest, the hellfire of DMX, the quirky brilliance of Missy Elliot, and the sheer, unstoppable flow of Jay-Z into one enlightened compendium of hip-hop greatness. It's a smart, fun, funny, insightful book that spends the entirety of its time celebrating what has become the most dominant form of music these past two and a half decades. Some of the chapters are serious, and some of the chapters are silly, and some of the chapters are a combination of both things. All of them, though, are treated with the care and respect that they deserve. Please note: This is a ticketed event.…

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