Wordcrafters in Eugene
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From November to March, Join the Shelton McMurphey Johnson House and more to read, talk about, and create art around Roz Chast’s memoir in comics, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant.
Tuesdays 9:15-11:45 am | Get the butt in chair time you need to get your writing done.
2nd Thursdays, 7-9 pm | Share your words at our monthly open mic emceed by spoken word poet Jorah LaFleur
Third Fridays | Bring your lunch to a monthly gathering for writers
Thurs Feb 29 | Learn to leave your readers laughing in our February Write Club for Grown Ups with Sarina Dorie.
March 7 | Join multi-genre author, chef, and Registered Nurse, Mia Bowman for Reading Like A Writer–The BIG Read Edition– at Wordcrafters in Eugene!
March 11 | Learn to craft stories and narratives for games in this game writing class with Rosiee Thor
Mar 16 | Unveil your inner songwriter and pen captivating songs in our March Youth Write Club with m5Vibe.
Thurs March 28 | Learn to pen captivating songs in our March Write Club for Grown Ups with m5Vibe
Starts April 3 | Make this Poetry Month really special with community arts walks and poetry writing with former poet laureate, Erica Goss!
April 11-14 | Adventure forth in amazing new worlds and write a new short story at this year’s Sci-Fi Fantasy Weekend with Nina Kiriki Hoffman!
April 13 | Discover the magic of poetry with Jon Labrousse for April Youth Write Club
Latest news and articles
Learn about what inspires award-winning poet, middle school teacher, and musician Jon Labrousse to write what he writes in this author Q&A.
Read about award-winning poet Erica Goss in this author Q&A! Erica was the Poet Laureate of Los Gatos, California from 2013-2016, and enjoys drawing inspiration for her poems from visual artworks and the natural world.
Read about songwriter, spoken word poet, and veteran M5 vibe’s experiences growing up in Georgia, joining the army, and developing his career in writing and performing in this author Q&A.
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