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Fall | Sustaining a Writer’s Notebook: A Yearlong Practice w Wendy Willis | Dec 2022 – Dec 2023 | Online

Online N/A, Portland

In this year-long class, we will explore the practice of creating and sustaining a writer’s notebook. Using prompts both in class and between sessions, each participant will develop and strengthen a notebook practice that works for them.  We'll use notebooks to catch the wisps of our lives and our wildest ideas. We will read excerpts of writers' and  other artists' notebooks and consider how a notebook is both an artifact in and of itself and mulch for other art--poem, novel, memoir, essay, painting, pasta sauce. At the end of the year, we'll  have a reading and an opportunity to display pages from our notebooks. Primer Session: December 10, 2022, 9am - 2pm Pacific Time. / 2023 Sessions: First Saturday of every month, 9am -12pm Pacific Time . . .…

$899 – $914

Portland Indie Book Fair

Honey Latte Cafe 1033 SE Main St, Portland

Best-selling authors. Portland publishers. The Portland Independent Book Fair features local indie presses selling their wide selection of books directly to the public. All sales go directly to the publishers. Get holiday shopping done and support independent authors and publishers at the same time! Know your local y’all. Participating Presses Include: Microcosm Publishing, University of Hell Press, Airlie Press, Octopus Books, Fonograf Editions, Buckman Publishing, First Matter Press, and more!

Free