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Editing Insights, Editing Wisdom

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Albert Flynn DeSilver

November 11, 2020

You've accumulated pages, perhaps written a first or second draft, you've fiddled, tinkered, poked and prodded, and now what?

New Artist Relief Program To Provide $1.25 Million To Oregon Artists

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Oregon Arts Commission

November 2, 2020

Oregon artists may now apply to a new Artist Relief Program created by the Oregon Arts Commission in partnership with The Oregon Community Foundation and the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation. Awards ranging from

Writer As Fearless Citizen

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Albert Flynn DeSilver

September 19, 2020

Join us for this extraordinary benefit writing workshop featuring bestselling writer Cheryl Strayed

Lane Arts Council Seeking Executive Director

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Lane Arts Council

September 14, 2020

Lane Arts Council (LAC) is seeking a dynamic visionary leader from among our Arts family to head up our successful nonprofit.

Six Steps to Submission

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Sherry Wellborn

April 13, 2020

Now is a great time to pull out your recent poems or prose and submit them for publishing.

Stay Homa Trio

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Sherry Wellborn

April 2, 2020

These Barcelona roommates are making music about our "confination."

Ugandan Musician-Turned-Politician Bobi Wine Releases Coronavirus PSA Song

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Sherry Wellborn

March 28, 2020

CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS Hank Alley Offers Lecture at the Baker Center

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Sherry Wellborn

March 7, 2020

Hank Alley will give a lecture, "D.H. Lawrence's The Rainbow:  The Evolution and Censorship of a Novel of Marriage" at the Baker Center

Karen Locke Memorial at Tsunami Books

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Erica Goss

January 23, 2020

Friends and family of Karen Locke (1945-2018) gathered at Eugene’s Tsunami Books on Sunday, January 12. A stellar line-up of local poets, including Laura LeHew, Jenny Root, Quinton Hallett, Ingrid Wendt,

Eugene Weekly's Winter Reading Issue

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Jenny Root

December 17, 2019

The Winter Reading issue of the Eugene Weekly is out

Daryll Lynne Evans of Wordcrafters

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Joan Dobbie

October 26, 2019

Originally from Colorado, with a Perdue MFA in Fiction, Daryll Lynne described her own writing in this way, "In school I worked with a theater company and wrote a few plays

Scott Landfield of Tsunami Books

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Joan Dobbie

October 1, 2019

Link to audio:  https://youtu.be/KET8chWxG8Y

 

Scott L.: My Dad was the editor in chief of the local newspaper, and three times a week he would do a radio show on a local radio station interviewing people, talking about what was going on in our small city. He had a great voice

Coming Soon From Uttered Chaos Press: Joan Dobbie's New Poetry Collection

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Erica Goss

May 30, 2019

On a cold, wet January evening in 2018, Eugene poet Joan Dobbie read from her manuscript, “Stone Poems,” at Poetry for the People. Poem after poem filled the room with the story of a love affair in which two people try their best but can’t seem to avoid hurting each other, as in these lines from “Two Stones or One Stone:”

 

Both stones were brittle and hard.

Bouncing, they struck one another.

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