Wednesday, March 17, 2010

I'm reading Friday, March 26 at Jack Straw

I'll be one of the readers at the Final Presentation for the 2010 Artist Trust EDGE Professional Development Program for Writers, along with my fourteen other classmates.
Please join us for an evening of readings. The event is free.
DATE: Friday, March 26, 2010
TIME: 7:00–10:00 pm
LOCATION: Jack Straw Productions, 4261 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Literary EDGE Program Graduates:
Lana Ayers, Ellie Belew, Amelia Boldaji, Sarah Callender, Katy Ellis,
Lauren Fink, Robert Flor, Linera Lucas, Larissa Min, Jennifer Munro,
Jessica Murphy Moo, Ruby Murray, Cody Pherigo, Ann Teplick,
Elissa Washuta.

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Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Pilot Books

Take a look at the newest bookstore on the block, I can't wait to go there -
Pilot Books. Capitol Hill, natch, upstairs in the Alley Building, 219 Broadway East.

And check out this article on them from Reading Local: "In the entire month of March, Pilot Books will observe a daily celebration of small and independent presses as part of Small Press Month."

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Monday, March 08, 2010

Midge Raymond teaching at Richard Hugo House

Midge Raymond is teaching the Master Class in prose at Richard Hugo House, starting Monday, March 22, and running through May 24. Midge is a fine teacher, and I highly recommend her class. For more information, see the class listings here.

From the Richard Hugo House site:
"The goal of this workshop is for writers to complete, or fully revise, at least one short story or essay. With an emphasis on the short form, we’ll look at the elements of good narrative—including character, story, dialogue, setting, and voice—through examples and discussion but primarily in the context of student work. Each writer will have the opportunity to workshop a story or essay twice during the duration of the class, and we’ll discuss revision and critiquing methods, as well as how to gain insight into one’s own work through reading and responding to the work of others. The first portion of class meetings will be devoted to writing exercises and readings, with the majority of each session devoted to workshops."

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