See you there. . .
Oregon Writing Festival
Portland State University
8am - 3pm
The workshop I am teaching is for 9-12 Graders: Add Real Stuff to Your Writing
The twenty-ninth annual Oregon Writing Festival is co-sponsored by the Oregon Council of Teachers of English and PSU and has showcased the writing of more than 32,000 students (grades 4-12) from school districts all across Oregon and has been an exciting event for students and teachers for twenty-eight consecutive years.
The award-winning keynote speakers for the Festival will be:
- Elizabeth Rusch (grades 4-5)
- Dale Basye (grades 6-8)
- Tara Kelly (grades 9-12)
Please join me in celebrating writing at Portland State University. I'm excited to be a part of it all.
Thursday, April 25, 20136:30 - 7:30pm
Brave on the Page Reading
Rain or Shine Coffee House
5941 SE Division St
Readers include Mary Milstead, Julia Stoops, Steve Denniston, and Sherri H. Hoffman.
Wednesday, February 27, 20136:00 - 7:30pm
Wildfire Gathering and Reading
Cascade Park Community Library
600 Northeast 136th Avenue
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Readers include Sherri H. Hoffman, Christi Krug, and other Wildfire Writers.
Saturday, Nov 3, 2012
Brave on the Page Reading and Release Party
Editor Laura Stanfill
68 SW Miles Street
Portland, Oregon 97219
2 - 4pm
Readers include Liz Prato, Michael Gettel-Gilmartin, Duncan Ellis, Joanna Rose, Gigi Little, Steve Denniston, Kristen Forbes, Bart King, Nancy Townsley, Stevan Allred, and the anthology's extraordinary editor, Laura Stanfill.
UPDATE: Here we are at the launch party!
|At the launch party of Brave on the Page.|
Wednesday, Jan 4, 2012
Night of Intentional Ducati
First Wednesday Readings
The Pinewood Table
Blackbird Wine Shop
4323 NE Fremont
This show is 21 and over.
Night of Intentional Ducati with Jackie Shannon Hollis, Steve Denniston, Bruce Barrow, Mary Milstead, Julianna Waters, Scott Sparling, Jean Hart, Yuvi Zalkow, Sherri Hoffman, Joanna Rose & Stevan Allred with special guest emcee Jean Johnson.
What's an "intentional ducati," you ask? Visit the website for an explanation.
Thurs-Sat, Nov 17-19, 2011
Winter Wheat 2011
The Mid-American Review Festival of Writing
Hosted by the Mid-American Review
at Bowling Green State University
Kick-off Thursday evening with a reading by fiction writer and essayist Kyle Minor. Friday sessions begin at 1pm and 4pm, followed by a 7pm reading by poet Ann Townsend. Saturday sessions begin at 8am, and the conference closes out with a reading at 4pm by author Seth Fried.
Sherri's session, Friday 2:30 - 3:45pm:
Sacred Objects: Detail the Fictional World with Real Stuff. Discover, name, and infuse your writing with objects that deepen character, become metaphor, and carry story.Bowling Green State University boasts one of the oldest established Creative Writing programs in the country, offering a BFA and MFA degree, and has an outstanding record of graduate success in publication and career preparation.