Write in Portland

We’re official!

The inaugural Brave on the Page reading made it into the Write in Portland calendar, curated by Liz Prato.

You can read all the details about the Nov. 3 event here.

Liz is one of the fifteen authors interviewed in the book. She’s an accomplished short story writer, essayist and novelist. Along with running Write in Portland, Liz teaches writing at The Attic and Annie Bloom’s, and she has been featured at Wordstock and Willamette Writers. Her work has been published in numerous magazines and literary journals as well as the Soft Skull Press anthology Who’s Your Mama. She has earned four Pushcart Prize nominations.

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  1. […] The event is free, will last about an hour, and will include some light refreshments as well. So if you’re into writing, reading, and Oregonians who do a little of both, this will be the place to be this Saturday. Find out more at Laura’s Forest Avenue Press.  […]

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