The Writer's Edge July 27-29
THE WRITER'S EDGE is a three-day literary conference devoted to the practice of experimental writing. Held annually, this conference draws participants from all over the country.
You can find the schedule here. All events are on campus at Portland State University, downtown PDX.
The conference includes a FACULTY READING at PSU Friday July 27th at 7:00 pm in Smith 333--this event is free and open to the public, as is an experimental writing and film panel on Sunday July 29th.
Brian Evenson/Brown University/author of THE WAVERING KNIFE
Lucy Corin/UC Davis/author of EVERYDAY PSYCHOKILLERS,
Karen Brennan/University of Utah/author of THE GARDEN IN WHICH I WALK,
Lance Olsen/University of Utah/author of NIETZSCHE'S KISSES and GIRL IMAGINGED BY CHANCE
Lidia Yuknavitch,Conference Coordinator/PSU/ author of LIBERTY'S EXCESS and REAL TO REEL.
FRIDAY, JULY 27
11:30am/SMU 236 Lance Olsen/Fiction as Architecture
3:00/SMU 238 Lidia Yuknavitch/Corporeal Text
7:00/SMU 333 Faculty Reading and Reception
SAT, JULY 28
11:00/SMU 236 Brian Evenson/Collaborating with the Past
3:00/SMU 238 Lucy Corin/Small Fictions in a Row
SUN JULY 29
10:00/SMU 236 Karen Brennan/Creative Nonfiction as Hybrid Monster
2:00/SMU 238 Experimental Trends in Fiction Panel
3:30/SMU 238 Experimental Film and Narratology