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Write Here Our Instructors Upcoming Events Write Here! Application

Write Here is an ongoing, three-part series of programs designed to feed and nourish the writing community of Central Oregon. The three pillars of Write Here work together to provide writers of all levels the opportunity to grow and develop into a complete writer:

  • Writers Writing | Workshops of up to three hours provide the opportunity for writers to practice their craft, explore working within a new genre or polish a specific writing skill. The workshops are limited in size in order to provide a high-quality learning environment with plenty of time and space to create and share.
  • Writers Working | Writing is a creative endeavor but it is also a business. Writers Working explores the nuts and bolts of being a working writer. From the revision process to how to do a public reading, experts will help local writers learn the brass tacks of embarking on a profession of creative writing in today’s world.
  • Writers Reading | Author events bring the local writing community into contact with contemporary writers working in a variety of genres. These events provide opportunities to engage with leaders in the literary arts.

Write Here programs will be facilitated by experienced writing instructors from Central Oregon and the Pacific Northwest and are open to everyone with an interest in writing. Programs will vary in location, time, and topic, but all Write Here programs are free, though space is limited and registration will often be required in order to keep class sizes manageable.

For more information about Write Here

writehere@deschuteslibrary.org



Upcoming Events

  • Mar 19

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Mar 19

    4:00 PM - Suttle Tea

    * Registration Required

    A month of workshops for budding writers! Registration required. For ages 9-14

    Write about a new topic each week and get ready for The Deschutes Public Library 2019 Youth Lit Fest on April 6th at Summit High School. Authors include Caldecott winner Matthew Cordell, Katherine Roy, Dan Gemeinhart, Amber Keyser, Fonda Lee, Catherine Alene, and, via Skype, Jason Reynolds.

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  • Mar 19

    5:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Get your story sold with a good book proposal.

    Novels are written before they are sold, but book length works of non-fiction are often sold to publishers by way of a book proposal. A book proposal explains to a publisher what the book will be about, who its audience will be and why you, the author, should be the one to write it. In this workshop taught by publisher and author Kim Cooper Findling, learn the nuts and bolts of putting together a professional book proposal that will wow an acquisitions editor and land you a book deal.

    Kim Cooper Findling is an editor with Oregon Media and the publisher of Dancing Moon Press. She is the author of Bend, Oregon Daycations: Day Trips for Curious Families, Day Trips From Portland: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler and Chance of Sun: An Oregon Memoir. The Sixth Storm, co-written with her daughter Libby Findling, will be released in spring of 2019. She lives in Bend, Oregon with her family. See kimcooperfindling.com and dancingmoonpress.com.

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  • Mar 24

    1:00 PM - Brooks Room

    * Registration Required

    Less is more with flash fiction!

    Less is more with flash fiction! Learn to write succinctly and make every word count. Flash fiction is defined as stories that are fewer than 1,000, 500, or sometimes even 250 words.

    Writer Ellen Santasiero loves living, writing, and teaching right here in central Oregon. She teaches literature and creative writing at OSU-Cascades and memoir and environmental writing classes at other venues in central Oregon. Her writing has appeared in The Sun, Northwest Review, thestayproject, Oregon Humanities, High Desert Journal, and in Going Green, an anthology from the University of Oklahoma Press, among others.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Mar 25

    10:00 AM - Hutchinson Room

    Join other writers and Writer's Collective of Central Oregon for quiet writing time at the Library.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Mar 26

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Apr 1

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 2

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Apr 5

    4:00 PM - Hutchinson Room

    Develop your skills and share your work at bimonthly (twice a month) meetings.

    This group is open to ages 12-17. Come join other teen writers for fun and writing time. Our meetings are shaped by group feedback and teen leadership. Local authors may join us throughout the year.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 8

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 9

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Apr 9

    5:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Guest speaker Sarah Cyr presents Mindful Writing.

    The mission of Central Oregon Writers Guild is to provide Central Oregon area writers a forum for mutual support and education through meetings, annual events and workshops. Their goal is to advance growth and success for individual writers of all genres and at all skill levels. Founded in 2002, the Guild is a non-profit organization, where volunteers coordinate the group's activities.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 11

    6:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford reads.

    Kim Stafford has shaped his works around the notion of poetry as a luxury that could save your life--perhaps a little at a time--by making your days more buoyant, filled with curiosity and insight, and emotionally rich.

    Stafford will read from individual poems that seek connection with the self, other people, and the Earth.

    Kim Stafford, the son of poet William Stafford, received his Ph.D. in medieval literature from the University of Oregon. Since 1979, he has taught writing at Lewis & Clark College in Portland. In July 2018, he was appointed Oregon's Poet Laureate.

     Add to Calendar |  Find East Bend Public Library

  • Apr 12

    9:00 AM - Meeting Room

    * Registration Required

    Discover the poet within you and let them take flight.

    Kim Stafford has shaped his works around the notion of poetry as a luxury that could save your life--perhaps a little at a time--by making your days more buoyant, filled with curiosity and insight, and emotionally rich. Learn how to make poetry and writing a daily practice with Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford.

    Kim Stafford, the son of poet William Stafford, Kim Stafford received his Ph.D. in medieval literature from the University of Oregon. Since 1979, he has taught writing at Lewis & Clark College in Portland. He has also taught courses at Willamette University in Salem, at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, at the Fishtrap writers' gathering, and private workshops in Scotland, Italy, and Bhutan.

    In July 2018, he was appointed Oregon's Poet Laureate.
    He is the founding director of the Northwest Writing Institute and is the literary executor of the Estate of William Stafford.

     Add to Calendar |  Find East Bend Public Library

  • Apr 15

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 16

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Apr 19

    4:00 PM - Hutchinson Room

    Develop your skills and share your work at bimonthly (twice a month) meetings.

    This group is open to ages 12-17. Come join other teen writers for fun and writing time. Our meetings are shaped by group feedback and teen leadership. Local authors may join us throughout the year.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 22

    10:00 AM - Hutchinson Room

    Join other writers and Writer's Collective of Central Oregon for quiet writing time at the Library.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 23

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Apr 25

    5:30 PM - Meeting Room

    * Registration Required

    Practice weaving comedy and tragedy into personal storytelling narratives.

    Comedy has the transcendent ability to make upsetting and uncomfortable truths more digestible. This clinic is about utilizing the relationship between the two as it’s own literary device. Life is big and long and hard and unfortunately, sad things happen. Parents die. Friends get cancer. But life is also a series of extraordinary and hilarious miracles, if only we’re willing to alter our viewpoint. Participants will learn how to use their real life experience to weave comedy and tragedy into personal storytelling narratives.

    Roxy Jane Allen is a queer, award-winning slam poet, stand-up comedian, make-up artist, body positive activist, hairstylist, educator, and plus size model. A seven-time Eugene Poetry Slam Champion, Roxy has toured throughout the Pacific Northwest, competed nationally at the Texas Grand Slam and Rustbelt Poetry Festival, and is currently one of the administrators for the Eugene Poetry Slam. She uses comedy and wit to disarm her listeners and her sincerity and vulnerability drive her truth deep. Roxy is a reminder of how extraordinary, fragile, and magical a thing it is to be human.

     Add to Calendar |  Find East Bend Public Library

  • Apr 28

    4:00 PM - Bend Senior Center

    "Rocket Men: The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man's First Journey to the Moon" author reads at the final Novel Idea 2019 event.

    Tickets are free but required and are available starting April 6th at www.dplfoundation.org and at all branch libraries.

    Rocket Men shares the inside story of the dangerous Apollo 8 mission. In early 1968, the Apollo program was on shaky footing. President Kennedy’s end-of-decade deadline to put a man on the Moon was in jeopardy, and the Soviets were threatening to pull ahead in the space race. By August 1968, with its back against the wall, NASA decided to scrap its usual methodical approach and shoot for the heavens. With just four months to prepare, the agency would send the first humans in history to the Moon. In a year of historic violence and discord - the Tet offensive, the assassinations of MLK and RFK, the Chicago DNC riots - the Apollo 8 mission was the boldest test of what America could do. With a focus on astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders, and their wives and children, Rocket Men is a vivid account of the epic danger involved, and the bravery it took to leave Earth for the first time. *ani*

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  • Apr 29

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Apr 30

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • May 3

    4:00 PM - Hutchinson Room

    Develop your skills and share your work at bimonthly (twice a month) meetings.

    This group is open to ages 12-17. Come join other teen writers for fun and writing time. Our meetings are shaped by group feedback and teen leadership. Local authors may join us throughout the year.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 4

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    * Registration Required

    Tips and techniques for better travel writing.

    Learn how to write an engaging travel piece and how to pitch to publications. The two hour workshop will include exercises in writing a scene and include details on how to share your travel experiences into unforgettable stories for print.

    Kimberly Bowker is a narrative journalist who loves to explore stories of the heart and how our lives intertwine. Growing up in Central Oregon, she served at The Bulletin newspaper, and appreciates how writing can strengthen our community. Her work has appeared in local publications and sources such as 1859 Magazine, CraftBeer.com, Fodor's Travel, and Travel Oregon. Please say hi if you find her reading outside or out on the trail strolling beneath the sky-as this is where we all connect.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • May 6

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 7

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • May 9

    6:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Explore both Leonardo Da Vinci's limitations, and his extraordinary gifts.

    Bend author Michael Lankford explores Leonardo Da Vinci in this presentation based on Lankford's new book "Becoming Leonardo--an Exploded View of the Life of Leonardo Da Vinci."

    How it is we know Leonardo? Discover the real evidence and the actual man who emerges once we take a new look at one of history's most enigmatic and brilliant men.

    "Becoming Leonardo" reveals what it was like to live in the 15th century, and da Vinci's life as a social outsider.

    Lankford, who joined COCC in 2006 and has taught creative writing, creative nonfiction and academic composition as a part-time instructor for the college, has been fascinated with da Vinci since high school. His habit of exhaustively reading material by and about one particular individual—which started at age 20 when he lived in a remote Oklahoma farmhouse and was consumed with Tolstoy—doesn't normally lead to writing a book of his own, he admitted. A biography he read on da Vinci some five years ago changed that. "Becoming Leonardo" is a Wall Street Journal 2017 Book of the Year A Spectator (UK) 2017 Book of the Year.

    Books for sale, Q&A to follow.

     Add to Calendar |  Find East Bend Public Library

  • May 10

    12:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Explore both Leonardo Da Vinci's limitations, and his extraordinary gifts.

    Bend author Michael Lankford explores Leonardo Da Vinci in this presentation based on Lankford's new book "Becoming Leonardo--an Exploded View of the Life of Leonardo Da Vinci."

    How it is we know Leonardo? Discover the real evidence and the actual man who emerges once we take a new look at one of history's most enigmatic and brilliant men.

    "Becoming Leonardo" reveals what it was like to live in the 15th century, and da Vinci's life as a social outsider.

    Lankford, who joined COCC in 2006 and has taught creative writing, creative nonfiction and academic composition as a part-time instructor for the college, has been fascinated with da Vinci since high school. His habit of exhaustively reading material by and about one particular individual—which started at age 20 when he lived in a remote Oklahoma farmhouse and was consumed with Tolstoy—doesn't normally lead to writing a book of his own, he admitted. A biography he read on da Vinci some five years ago changed that. "Becoming Leonardo" is a Wall Street Journal 2017 Book of the Year A Spectator (UK) 2017 Book of the Year.

    Books for sale, Q&A to follow.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Sunriver Public Library

  • May 13

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 14

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • May 14

    5:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Guest speaker Irene Cooper presents Poetry Works.

    The mission of Central Oregon Writers Guild is to provide Central Oregon area writers a forum for mutual support and education through meetings, annual events and workshops. Their goal is to advance growth and success for individual writers of all genres and at all skill levels. Founded in 2002, the Guild is a non-profit organization, where volunteers coordinate the group's activities.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 17

    4:00 PM - Hutchinson Room

    Develop your skills and share your work at bimonthly (twice a month) meetings.

    This group is open to ages 12-17. Come join other teen writers for fun and writing time. Our meetings are shaped by group feedback and teen leadership. Local authors may join us throughout the year.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 18

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Celebrate strong women with AAUW and author Jane Kirkpatrick.

    Throughout the year the American Association of Women has focused on programming highlighting the strength of women. From women on the home front, to women in need, and women in theater, and disaster relief AAUW celebrates exceptional women and their endeavors.

    The final program on the AAUW schedule features Oregon author Jane Kirkpatrick, internationally recognized for her lively presentations and well-researched stories that encourage and inspire.

    A New York Times Bestselling author, her works have appeared in more than 50 national publications including The Oregonian, Private Pilot and Daily Guideposts. With more than 1.5 million books in print, her 30 novels and non-fiction titles draw readers from all ages and genders. Most are historical novels based on the lives of actual historical women who lived extraordinary lives. Her works have won numerous national awards including the WILLA Literary Award, the Carol Award, USABestBooks.com, Will Roger's Medallion Award and in 1996, her first novel, "A Sweetness to the Soul," won the prestigious Wrangler Award from the Western Heritage and National Cowboy Museum. Her novels have also been finalists for the Spur Award, the Oregon Book Award, the Christy, Reader's Choice and the WILLA in both fiction and non-fiction. Several titles have been Literary Guild and Book of the Month choices and been on the bestsellers list for independent bookstores across the country, in the Pacific Northwest and the Christian Booksellers Association. Her books have been translated into German, Dutch, Finnish and Chinese.

    The American Association of University Women is the nation’s leading voice in promoting equity and education for women and girls. The local branch meets monthly, has a strong scholarship program and supports the annual Tech Trek camp for junior high school girls interested in Science, Technology. Engineering and Math.

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  • May 18

    1:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Writing contest winners read their work.

    Central Oregon Writers Guild will hold its 11th Annual Contest Winners Showcase on Saturday, May 18, 2019, 1-4 p.m. at the Downtown Bend Library. Authors will share their winning entries with families, friends, and the public at this free event. Light refreshments after the readings. Books from contest winners, judges, and Guild members available for purchase. For more information, visit www.CentralOregonWritersGuild.com.

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  • May 20

    10:00 AM - Hutchinson Room

    Join other writers and Writer's Collective of Central Oregon for quiet writing time at the Library.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • May 21

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • May 28

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

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  • May 28

    5:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Learn new strategies for maximizing the chemistry between text and title with Dr. Emily Carr.

    Paul Cézanne said that titles are “escape valves.” Marcel du Champ called titles “invisible colors.” Walter Benjamin thinks of titles as “a point of light in the universe of magic encyclopedias.” More recently, John Ashbery referred to titles as keyholes and Matthea Harvey said that “titles are the first thing. They are the bugle at the beginning of the ball.”

    In this workshop, you will learn new strategies for maximizing the chemistry between text and title. Using Matthea Harvey’s titling taxonomy as our guide, we will explore titles that act as onramps, spotlights, license plates, greased pigs, and helium balloons, as well as titles that don’t wear ties. It is often easier to see potential power of title in visual arts because the relation of the title to the artwork is emphasized by their being in different mediums, so we will start with paintings and sculptures that exemplify these types of titles, then move into short pieces by contemporary authors, and end with applying our new knowledge of titling to our own work.

    This workshop is open to writers at all levels and of all genres.

    Please bring 1-2 short pieces that need titles.

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  • May 28

    5:30 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    * Registration Required

    How a piece is read has just as much impact as what is being said.

    When it comes to sharing written work with an audience, how a piece is read has just as much impact as what is being said. Elements such as our tone, speed, volume, and posture, all affect the way our work is received. In this clinic we will discuss writing for the stage, with a focus on tactics that we can use to effectively deliver our poetry or prose. We will examine the nature of stage-fright, and explore the voice as an instrument. Above all, we will focus on the idea of connection -- the connection between our hearts and our heads, the connection between ourselves and our audience, the connection between the page and the stage. Although Jorah is a poet this clinic can benefit any writer, at any level of all genres.

    Jorah LaFleur is a writer/performer who enjoys wearing many different hats. She finds herself on stage as a spoken word poet, actor, and event emcee. She also loves working with youth as a spoken word educator and teaching artist. She is currently serving as the Writers in the Schools Director for the nonprofit organization Wordcrafters In Eugene. Jorah has spent the last 20 years exploring the joys and terrors of showing up on stage. Running and hosting a monthly poetry slam in Eugene, (Eugene Poetry Slam) for over a decade has left her comfortably harboring the belief that live performance is, literally, magical. She is committed to helping others experience the transformative power of being heard, and to promoting the arts as tools of social change and community building. Jorah loves words, courage, and really dark chocolate. Her favorite color is zebra.

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  • May 31

    4:00 PM - Hutchinson Room

    Develop your skills and share your work at bimonthly (twice a month) meetings.

    This group is open to ages 12-17. Come join other teen writers for fun and writing time. Our meetings are shaped by group feedback and teen leadership. Local authors may join us throughout the year.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Jun 3

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Jun 4

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Jun 10

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Jun 11

    10:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Join the Writer's Collective of Central Oregon and your fellow writers for quiet writing time.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Redmond Public Library

  • Jun 11

    5:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Join local writers for networking and skill building.

    The mission of Central Oregon Writers Guild is to provide Central Oregon area writers a forum for mutual support and education through meetings, annual events and workshops. Their goal is to advance growth and success for individual writers of all genres and at all skill levels. Founded in 2002, the Guild is a non-profit organization, where volunteers coordinate the group's activities.

     Add to Calendar |  Find Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Jun 16

    1:00 PM - Brooks Room

    DPLS welcomes Writer in Residence Christopher Boucher.

    Christopher Boucher is thrilled to be serving as Writer-in-Residence at Deschutes Public Library just two days before the publication of his third novel, "Big Giant Floating Head" (out June 18 from Melville House). Chris’ afternoon reading will feature selections from the new novel, which tells the story of a character named Christopher Boucher who is navigating the end of a marriage and the mysteries of the fictional town of Coolidge, Massachusetts. Big Giant Floating Head features the same heartfelt, imaginative adventures that drew readers to Boucher’s first two novels, How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive (2011) and Golden Delicious (2016), and that have earned praise from actor Patton Oswalt and writers George Saunders, Roxane Gay and Emily St. John Mandel. Oscillating back and forth in time, "Big Giant Floating Head" contains strange surprises at every turn: Christopher briefly dates a woman with an invisible dog, contracts a strange illness that divides him in half, participates in a failure competition, and joins a community called The Unloveables. In the face of these trials and others, Christopher struggles to regain his bearings, make sense of a new reality, and chart a course forward.

    Boucher serves as part of the OSU-Cascades Low Residency Creative Writing MFA faculty.

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  • Jun 16

    3:00 PM - Admin Conference Room

    * Registration Required

    Embrace the phenomenon of "not knowing" in this workshop led by Christopher Boucher.

    Writer in Resident Christopher Boucher leads a workshop at the library called “Not Knowing.” Inspired by Donald Barthelme’s essay on the topic. Boucher will draw on his experiences as a writer, editor and teacher to lead a workshop that reframes the creative process. Writers at all levels of experience, from the published poet to the aspiring memoirist or novelist, are encouraged to attend. The conversation and exercises will equip writers with new strategies for embracing the phenomenon of “not knowing” and sidestepping the challenge of the blank page.

    Boucher serves as part of the OSU-Cascades Low Residency Creative Writing MFA faculty.

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