Executive Director, Marylhurst undergraduate creative writing program. Executive director, show:tell: The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists. Founding editor of the online literary magazine M Review and HABIT Books.
Seminar-style classes are taught by professional working visual artists and writers of short stories, poetry, fiction and nonfiction.
Director, show:tell: The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists. Poet. Marylhurst alum. Graduate of the English literature and writing program.
Poet. Co-curates If Not For Kidnap Poetry series. Writing instructor, Mt. Hood Community College.
Artist. PNCA Alum. Continuing Education instructor, Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Poet. Attends the MFA program in Poetry at Portland State University.
Poet and writer. Her poems, reviews, and essays appear in several journals and anthologies.
MFA candidate in Nonfiction at Columbia College, where she is also a graduate student instructor. Published chapbook: "I Thought I Was Your Favorite," by Habit Books.
Educator, theatre artist. Works as a Youth Counselor for New Avenues for Youth and a Coach/Performer for PlayWrite, Inc.
Artist. Works at Pacific NW College of Art.
Artist. Works in mixed media, printmaking and painting. Printmaking Instructor, Pacific NW College of Art.
Faculty at Marylhurst. Recent book, Shout Her Lovely Name, critically acclaimed.
Poet. Teaches writing and literature, Portland Community College.
We are grateful to our partner organizations for their generosity and support of the 2013 show:tell workshop.
- The Marie Lamfrom Foundation
- Literary Arts Writers In The Schools (WITS) program
- De La Salle North Catholic High School, North Portland
- Open Meadows High School, North Portland
- Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC), Southeast Portland
- Street Books, downtown Portland