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Submission Deadline: Submission Reading Series: Call to Submit Poetry/Prose

[From Submission’s email: Hi friends, We’re sure you have many other anxieties and preoccupations right now (we definitely do), but we wanted to let you know that we’ve extended the submission deadline for our upcoming reading to April 1st. As more information about the Coronavirus becomes available, we may push the submission deadline (and reading date) out even further — we’re playing things by ear. Submissions are still open for writers who want to send in their work. In the event that we receive a huge number of submissions, we may have to cap them/the guest editors may select winners at a later date. Regardless of what happens, we’ll keep you informed. Stay healthy, stay safe, and be good to each other — we’re sending…

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Let’s Make Ingratitude Journals!

Tired of hearing “just be grateful you’re not…” from the positivity police? Confused as to why the existence of starving children in Africa should make anyone feel better? Come vent your frustrations, air your woes, with Reimagining Recovery, Portland’s most prestigious (and only) neurodiversity club! More info TBA. We’ll provide supplies for making a small booklet that you’ll create to take home, or bring your own journal to decorate while we round-table share what we could Most Definitely Do Without FREE! (donations happily accepted!

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Drag Queen Story Hour

Children of all ages and adults are invited to Drag Queen Story Hour, a family celebration promoting inclusivity and creativity, and featuring special guest Clare Apparently, who will be reading Pink Is for Boys by Robb Pearlman, Harriet Gets Carried Away by Jessie Sima, and Mary Wears What She Wants by Keith Negley. Created by Michelle Tea, Drag Queen Story Hour now happens regularly all over the world. This event is proudly cosponsored by Q Center, the largest LGBTQ2SIA+ community center in the Pacific Northwest. Come join us!

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Drag Queen Story Hour

Children of all ages and adults are invited to our first Drag Queen Story Hour, a family celebration promoting inclusivity and creativity, and featuring special guest Clare Apparently, who will be reading Julián Is a Mermaid by Jessica Love and Love, Z by Jessie Sima. Created by Michelle Tea, Drag Queen Story Hour now happens regularly all over the world. This event is proudly cosponsored by Q Center, the largest LGBTQ2SIA+ community center in the Pacific Northwest. Come join us!

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