Until they can return to C & P in West Seattle, PoetryBridge LIVE! continues to Zoom on Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm Pacific. They have quite a lineup for Wednesdays in March 2021:

March 10 – Priscilla Long and Indran Amirthanayagam
March 17 – Matt Briggs and Dawn Leas
March 24 – James Bertolino and John Gorski
March 31 – Pamela Carter and Arleen Williams

An open mic follows the featured readers.

The Zoom links are not posted but are emailed on the morning of the event. To add your name to the email list, send a note to Leopoldo Seguel at info@poetrybridge.net. You can also find more information on tomorrow’s readers on Leopoldo’s PoetryBridge Facebook page.

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Thanks to Anita K. Boyle for the heads up

early bird

March 11, 2017

Chuckanut Writers Conference 2014If you’re thinking about attending this year’s Chuckanut Writers Conference, Friday and Saturday June 23 and 24, 2017, registration is now open and early bird rates are in effect (you save $40). Visit the Chuckanut Writers Conference site for details, master class descriptions and a registration link.

Lako House

This is a guest post by Jordan Hartt.

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I’m excited that poet Erin Belieu will be teaching with Priscilla Long and myself at the just-announced 2016-2017 Kona Manuscript Seminars in Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i.

The program is designed to be analogous to just the thesis part of an MFA program: the goal is that by the end of nine months, each writer will have taken their manuscript as far as it will go.

The full overview of the program is here: www.kahini.org/kona.

The Kona Manuscript Seminars are being presented by Kahini, a group of inter-connected global programs whose other workshops include the Kāpiti Writers’ Retreat and other year-round gatherings in New Zealand; the Kampala Writers’ Conference and other year-round gatherings in Uganda; and the Kaua’i Writers’ Retreat.

Jordan Hartt Jordan Hartt is a reader, writer, writing teacher, and community & events organizer. Creative work has appeared in many literary magazines and journals: a collection of rainy, watery narrative poems, “Leap,” appeared in 2015. He directly facilitates five annual writing retreats, serving just over two thousand writers per year.

another winter getaway

September 22, 2015

HedgebrookAs holiday stress sets in, Hedgebrook, on Whidbey Island, offers the possibility of relief: a one-day writing salon.
The next Salon at Hedgebrook will be Saturday, December 5, 2015. The schedule features morning and afternoon workshops as well as a participant open mic, plus meals and conversation in between. Workshop instructors include Rose Cano, Valerie Easton, Sarah Galvin, Suzanne Kelman, Priscilla Long and Ijeoma Oluo.
Proceeds benefit Hedgebrook and early registration rates continue until November 1. Details on the Hedgebrook Salons page.

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