PNCA offers talks, discussions, and readings by acclaimed writers as part of the Winter Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing program
December 10, 2019
As part of the Winter Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing program, PNCA offers talks, discussions, and readings by acclaimed writers, January 4th to January 12th. Everything is free and open to the public. All events (unless otherwise stated) are in Room 601, PNCA, 511 NW Broadway.
Saturday Jan 4
1pm-1:50pm: Lecture / Cole Cohen / Open to the Public: Sharing Stories of Exception
2pm-2:50pm: Lecture / Matt Hart / Writing the Unfathomable: Some Remarks on the Poetic Sublime
6:30pm-8 pm: Reading / Alejandro de Acosta, Alison C Rollins, Brandon Shimoda
Sunday, Jan 5
10am -10:50am: Lecture / Alison C Rollins / The Art of Apophenia: Seeing Beyond Sight
6:30pm-8pm: Reading / Perrin Kerns, Chelsea Biondolillo, Cole Cohen, Zachary Schomburg
Monday, Jan 6
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Walidah Imarisha / Visionary Fiction
11am-11:50am: Lecture / Chelsea Biondolillo / Science, nature, and research in hybrid prose forms
4:30pm-5:20pm: Lecture / Perrin Kerns / The Lyric Essay with Constraint
Tuesday, Jan 7
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Tyrone Williams / Only a cry absent its mouth
6:30pm-8pm: Reading / Matt Hart, Tyrone Williams, Walidah Imarisha
Thursday, Jan 9
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Brandon Shimoda / Hypnagogic Writing: Notes on the Subterranean Spring
Friday, Jan 10
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Alejandro de Acosta / Publication-at-any-stage
6:30pm-8pm: Reading / Lisa Radon & Renee Gladman at IPRC--318 SE Main
Saturday, Jan 11
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Jay Ponteri / Listening for the Emergent
Sunday, Jan 12
10am-10:50am: Lecture / Lisa Radon / Speculative Frictions
On November 13, 2021 PNCA Low-Residency Creative Writing will be at the Portland Book Festival.
Critical Studies Student Justin Duyao interviews LRCW Faculty Jay Ponteri about his new book, Someone Told Me, just published by Widow+Orphan House.
Critical Studies student Justin Duyao Interviews Low-Residency Creative Writing student Rachel Keller
On Nov. 3, from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM, the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies is thrilled to welcome novelist Janice Lee. The author will read from her most recent novel, Imagine a Death, as part of the Graduate Lecture Series. Presented by the Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing and the MA in Critical Studies.