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2018 Sierra Writers Conference – January 20th

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Novelists. Poets. Essayists. Non-fiction writers.
Memoirists. Travel writers. Short story writers.
Beginners. Award-winners. Dreamers. Best sellers.

The world needs your words and your stories.

Writers all … join us for a day of learning, sharing, growing and being inspired to craft your words into the stories, articles, and books that only you can write.

Get the information you need to market yourself and your work.

Siera College, Nevada County Campus
250 Sierra College Drive

Visit website for details and speaker bios.

Online Registration OPEN

Early Bird – $65
(now through 1/10/18 at 11:30 p.m.)

January 10-18th – $85

Student $15

Untethering Poetry (or Prose) Workshop with Ingrid Keriotis – October 2017

Wednesday,  October 11th
6.30 p.m. –  8 p.m.
Community Room of the Madelyn Helling Library
Free to the Public

In this workshop, we will enjoy and examine a few contemporary poems to see how the poems transcend their initial jumping off place and travel to a different scenario/image, thereby transporting the reader and broadening the philosophical weight of the poem. Afterwards, we will work with some prompts to write our own “untethered” poem (or piece of poetic prose) that will widen its scope to give the reader that sense of movement and breadth by the end of a poem.

Ingrid KeriotisIngrid Keriotis received her MFA from Eastern Washington University. Her poems have recently appeared in Blue Unicorn, Talking River, and Steam Ticket. She lives in Grass Valley where she teaches English at Sierra College and spends time with her family, swimming in the Yuba River and walking under the pines.

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