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PNCA Low-Residency MFA Program Summer 2020 Residency Classes & Readings Open to the Public

As part of the Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing program, PNCA offers talks, discussions, and readings by acclaimed writers and artists, July 24th to August 3rd. Everything is free and open to the public. All events this summer are hosted via Zoom. The passwords for all faculty classes are 515000. CLASSES Saturday, July 25 10am: Unsafe is Not a Feeling: How Writing Contends with the Illusion of Safety Sara Jaffe https://pnca.zoom.us/j/98345715004?pwd=OVVOLysrZUh5S0hxS0d5QlBHUDZMUT09 2pm: Winter Poop, Spring Revivals, Summer Fires, and Fall Marigolds Alison C Rollins https://pnca.zoom.us/j/98224439656?pwd=TnNGWkJmQUZaTWlOOXFhZjlhUnJudz09 Sunday, July 26 10am: THE ART OF WEALTH (in life & in literature) Vi Khi Nao https://pnca.zoom.us/j/95075415254?pwd=YVd4ZVJON3YrZHIrdWF1MXN4WmkwZz09 Monday, July 27 10am: Outsider Ecopoetics Tyrone Williams https://pnca.zoom.us/j/95516376236?pwd=T1EycmFvM05STEJlN1JPZ3k3WVY3dz09 11am: Feminism / Queer Theory Shawna Liption and Sloane McNulty https://pnca.zoom.us/j/97573944766?pwd=Y0NZeEtETmxZdDFRczRrYU0wdEJLdz09 Tuesday, July 28…

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Visiting Writers Series: She Who Has No Master(s)

She Who Has No Master(s) is a project of multi-voiced collectivity, hybrid poetics, encounters, in-between spaces and (dis)places of the Vietnamese diaspora. Through a collaborative art process and social engagement interaction(s), they endeavor to bring into concert the voices of women writers of the Vietnamese diaspora. They define writing as art that has storytelling at its core, but may express itself in hybrid, performance, visual, musical/aural, and interdisciplinary forms. This event includes: Vi Khi Nao, Stacey Tran, and Dao Strom. Vi Khi Nao is the author of the short stories collection A Brief Alphabet of Torture (which won FC2’s Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize in 2016), and a novel, Fish in Exile. Vi holds an MFA in fiction from Brown University. This Fall 2019, she is BMI Shearing…

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PNCA Low-Res MFA in CW Talks: Vi Khi Nao and Daniela Naomi Molnar

Vi Khi Nao The Art of Discipline, 9am Daniela Naomi Molnar Balm : Bomb : Bond : Writing in the Ecotone of Now, 1pm All in room 601 The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) is pleased to announce the launch of the Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing with its first residential intensive. In the low-residency model, students will attend two 14-day campus residencies then, beyond residencies, work one-on-one with mentors. Most of the programming during this residency is free and open to the public. From July 28 through August 3, PNCA offers talks, discussions, and readings by acclaimed writers as part of the Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing program. Every event is free and open to the…

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PNCA Low-Res MFA in CW Readings: Vi Khi Nao and Brandon Shimoda

Vi Khi Nao, 7pm at PNCA This is also the MFA in Creative Writing Launch Party In the PNCA Mediatheque [Note: A flier for this series lists Brandon Shimoda as a reader at this event, though the website does not. Instead the website lists him as reading at this event on the 30th.] The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) is pleased to announce the launch of the Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing with its first residential intensive. In the low-residency model, students will attend two 14-day campus residencies then, beyond residencies, work one-on-one with mentors. Most of the programming during this residency is free and open to the public. From July 28 through August 3, PNCA offers…

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Nightboat Books & Black Sun Lit AWP Offsite Reading

Join Nightboat Books & Black Sun Lit for an #AWP19 offsite reading. Friday, March 29, 2019 Passages Bookshop 1223 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR 97232 8 PM Featuring: Erin Fleming Gracie Leavitt Vi Khi Nao Fred Schmalz Steven Seidenberg Aldrín Valdez … http://nightboat.org http://blacksunlit.com [Also see the Passages Bookshop website]

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AWP Offsite: A Friday Night of Literature

AWP-attending-loves! Join us Friday, March 29 at The Slide Inn for a marvelous reading featuring contributors from Adroit, Denver Quarterly, Salt Hill Journal, Quarterly West, and Western Humanities Review! Food and drink will be provided free of charge. See you there! Readers will include: The Adroit Journal: Sarah Rose Etter, Megan Giddings, C Pam Zhang Denver Quarterly: Janalyn Guo, Nora Jean Lange, Sandra Meek, Bevin O’Connor Salt Hill: Rebecca Bedell, Saddiq M Dzukogi, Kwabena Foli, Elana Lev Friedland, Emily O’Neill Quarterly West: Emily Flouton, Amina Gautier, Brooke Larson, Ryan Ridge Western Humanities: Kelly Dulaney, John James, Jenna Le, Vi Khi Nao, Aimee Parkison

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Reading with Black Warrior Review and Bat City Review

Join us for readings by Edgar Kunz, Naima Yael Tokunow, Ndinda Kioko, Tyler Barton, Tasha Coryell, Madison McCartha, and other writers from the pages of Bat City Review and Black Warrior Review. Contact: Leah Hampton [from AWP’s offsite events schedule] Join Black Warrior Review and Bat City Review for an offsite AWP reading, featuring: Tyler Barton Edgar Kunz Madison McCartha Tasha Coryell Naima Yael Tokunow Vi Khi Nao & more, TBA We hope to see you there! About the readers: Madison McCartha is a black poet whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, DREGINALD, The Fanzine, Full-Stop, The Journal, jubilat, Yalobusha Review and elsewhere. He holds an MFA from the University of Notre Dame and held a residency at The Millay…

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Center Justify: An Offsite Extravaganza

Come join us for readings, performances, food (dinner will be served!), camaraderie, and more. This event is co-sponsored by The Accomplices (Civil Coping Mechanisms, Entropy, Writ Large Press), De-Canon: A Visibility Project, Whitenoise Project, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University, and The Operating System. Contact: Janice Lee CENTER JUSTIFY: An #AWP19 OFFSITE EXTRAVAGANZA Come join us for readings, performances, food (dinner will be served!), camaraderie, and more. This event is co-sponsored by: – The Accomplices (Civil Coping Mechanisms, Entropy, Writ Large Press) – De-Canon: A Visibility Project – Whitenoise Project – Asian American Writers’ Workshop – Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University – The Operating System More details, including additional readers and a detailed hourly schedule are coming soon!…

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