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Fall | The A.M. Memoir Workshop w Laura Moulton | Oct 14 - Nov 18 | In-person

Writing the Self

Using prompts, short readings, and discussion, this generative nonfiction workshop will focus on mining our personal histories and crafting them into the form they deserve. We’ll also explore the ways we sometimes get in the way of our own stories — and how to use that to break through and write around the blocks. CNF, personal essays, journaling...all are welcome. Open to all writers.

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Time: 
Oct 14 - Nov 18, 10 - 11:30am
Start Date: 
Mon, 2024-10-14
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Attic Institute, 1033 SW Yamhill St., Suite #405
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APPS DUE SEP 8 | Poets Studio for 2024-2025 | In-person

Become a Member of Poets Studio

Poets Studio is based on the idea that focusing on goals is the key to lasting growth as a poet. Poets Studio is a weekly workshop that will run from Sep 23 - May 19 for 30 weeks. It is designed to give form and focus to your poetry writing. The Poets Studio is open to applications from all poets. Poets join the Poets Studio as members and attend for the entire session. This creates the Poets Studio's special experience: a steady, supportive, and comprehensive study of your poetry among other poets.

Time: 
Sep 23, 2024 - May 19, 2025, 5:30-7:30pm, 30 weeks
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Attic Institute, 1033 SW Yamhill, Suite 405, Portland, OR 97205
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A Statement of Our Values

The Attic Institute of Arts and Letters opposes the legitimation of bigotry, hate, and misinformation. As a studio for writers, we do not tolerate harassment or discrimination of any kind. We embrace and celebrate our shared pursuit of literature and languages as essential to crossing the boundaries of difference. To that end, we seek to maintain a creative environment in which every employee, faculty member, and student feels safe, respected, and comfortable — even while acknowledging that poems, stories, and essays delve into uncomfortable subjects. We accept the workshop as a place to question ourselves and to empathize with complex identities. We understand that to know the world is to write the world. Therefore, we reaffirm our commitment to literary pursuits and shared understanding by affirming diversity and open inquiry.