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This 8-week class is focused on holding yourself and your classmates accountable to your writing goals. Each week, plan to share your work-in-progress with the group, set or revise goals for your weekly writing practice, and share successes and challenges with fellow writers. You’ll also learn strategies for keeping focused and staying on track. Occasional outside readings for discussion. This is not a workshop or feedback-based class. Worked shared will be about listening to each other’s voices and having a consistent deadline to meet on a weekly basis. All genres welcome. Access Program We want our writing classes and Delves to be accessible to everyone, regardless of income and background. We understand that our tuition structure can present obstacles for some people. Our Access Program…
Rose City Book Pub is thrilled to host Christine Marie’s Poetic Sound Healing Experience. Poetic Author & Healer Christine Marie brings a captivating spoken word performance that takes you on a journey of personal love & loss, self-healing, empowerment and spiritual truth. Along with reciting excerpts from her self-published book, Breaking Free, she leads you through a meditative sound healing experience that will empower you to connect to your own story & inspire you to embark on your own self-healing journey. Christine Marie’s Instagram: www.instagram.com/christinemarieheals Christine Marie’s Website: www.christinemarieheals.com
Gobshite Quarterly is a multilingual literary magazine published in Portland. A Gobshite event is guaranteed to please and delight.
Admission free; proof of vaccination and facial covering required PLEASE NOTE: Doors will open at 7:30; reading will start promptly at 8:00, with no late admission ============================================================= Please join us in celebrating the publication of Andrew Joron’s new book O0, two novellas of speculative fiction. Books by both authors will be available for purchase. Read an excerpt from O0 on the Facebook page for the event. Andrew Joron is a poet, essayist, and speculative fiction writer, as well as a translator and musician. His poetry collections include The Absolute Letter (Flood), Trance Archive: New and Selected Poems (City Lights), The Sound Mirror (Flood), Fathom (Black Square), and The Removes (Hard Press). The Cry at Zero, a selection of his prose poems and critical essays, was…
Annie Bloom's welcomes Oregon author Jeff Fearnside for the launch of his new book, Ships in the Desert. Jeff will be in conversation with Portland writer and Oregon poet laureate Kim Stafford. This in-store reading is first come, first served. Seating is limited. Please be mindful of any store health policies that might be in effect on the night of the reading. Signed and personalized copies are available for pre-order! Please, please, please include the name for personalization in the order notes; all orders without a name specified in the order notes will be signed only. About Ships in the Desert: In this linked essay collection, award-winning author Jeff Fearnside analyzes his four years as an educator on the Great Silk Road, primarily in Kazakhstan.…
The second of two poetry workshops by Clara-Julia Peru. Deepen your exploration of the poetical world and create an original poem. Single: $35. Bundle of 4: $100 https://www.afportland.org/events/ateliers/
Apply online for 2023 Oregon Literary Fellowships. Deadline to apply is Friday, August 5, 2022. Literary Arts will award 12 fellowships in the amount of $3,500. One of these fellowships is specifically for a writer of color. Three of these fellowships are funded by the Oregon Arts Commission. Applicants submit an application form, any addendums for specifically named fellowships, and a writing sample, as outlined in the guidelines. Literary Arts will also award two Career fellowships of $10,000 each. One of the career fellowships is specifically for a writer of color
Open Mic and Poetry Reading event on Zoom. Co-sponsored by the Milwaukie Poetry Series and St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church. Featured Readers are the Ashland Poets Group: Steve Dieffenbacher, Amy Miller, Patty Wixon, and Vince Wixon. They will be reading from their own work or their favorite poets for about 45 minutes. The Open Mic will follow their reading. Email Tom Hogan at email@example.com (link sends e-mail) to register. You will receive a zoom link prior to the event. Plan to read 1 or 2 poems depending on the number of participants and length of the poems. If time permits additional poems will be allowed. The event will be recorded and available for viewing on demand on the Ledding Library YouTube Channel (link is external) after the event. Room Location: Zoom Video Conference
Join us for the next installment of our First Friday Poetry series at Birdhouse Books! The Tiny Nest will be open this month to Joann Boswell, Rebecca Smolen, and John Miller of the Poetry Box, and they'll be bringing some fun, humorous, heartbreaking, and honest poetry to our reading room. Don't miss it! Show starts at 7pm.