Category: Who We Are

STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY

Black Lives Matter As an organization, we want to say unequivocally that BLACK LIVES MATTER. We stand in mourning of the racist murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbrey, and the countless other Black people who have been the victims of violent, systemic injustice. The movement to dismantle systemic racial injustice asks that we […]

Contact Us

We’d love to hear from you! For information and general inquiries, please email: bewriting@wordcraftersineugene.org For questions about registrations, please email: info@wordcraftersineugene.org For information about WITS, please email: WITS@wordcraftersineugene.org If you would like to volunteer, please visit our volunteer page. Our mailing address is: Wordcrafters in Eugene438 Charnelton, Ste 101Eugene, OR 97401  We are not open to the public […]

Our Sponsors

An organization such as Wordcrafters cannot survive without support. Our community of writers, local businesses, foundations, and other patrons of the arts has generously supported our events, from Conferences, to Creative Summer Camps for Teens, to Writers in the Schools (WITS). By encouraging children to read and write more effectively, we provide building blocks to […]

Our Board

Wordcrafters is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Matthew Lowes, President, is a writer, a teacher, and a martial arts instructor. His stories have appeared in a variety of publications, including *Dark Recesses* and *Anotherealm*. He has traveled widely, from the deserts of Australia and West Africa, to the jungles and mountains of South America and Southeast Asia. […]

Our Staff

STAFF Daryll Lynne Evans, Executive Director, began her writing career as a playwright with the Performing Arts Conservatory in Colorado but has since turned to fiction and screenwriting. She has an MFA in fiction from Purdue University, where she taught creative writing and worked with Sycamore Review. She has presented workshops for the Willamette Writers Conference, […]

Our Mission

Wordcrafters provides writers and readers opportunities to strengthen their craft, deepen their connection with literature, and share their knowledge with each other and with future generations.