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Writing Workshops & Events

 

 

 

Writing Workshops

Write Around Portland runs 8-10 week free writing workshops for adults and youth in hospitals, schools, senior centers, treatment centers, social service agencies, correctional facilities, homeless shelters, low income housing residences and other agencies. Click here for a full list of our agency partners and the populations we serve through these workshops. Our spring workshops start in February, summer workshops start in June and fall workshops start in September.

We also hold writing workshops with associated fees, open to everyone: Prompt workshop at Powell's City of Books and our 3rd Thursday and  last Sunday workshops at HOTLIPS Pizza. (More details below about these workshops.)

Call 503.796.9224 for more information about our workshops. Please note that registration for all of our 8-10 week workshops must be done over the phone or in person - NOT by email. However, you can register via email for workshops at HOTLIPS Pizza.

 

 

Writing Workshop at Powell's City of Books

Write Around Portland offers a unique workshop designed for writers and aspiring writers who want to participate in a Write Around workshop and support the communities we traditionally serve.

Prompt is your chance to write in community with others following the acclaimed Write Around model while also providing support to writers who might not otherwise have access to writing and community.

Pre-registration is required and is limited to 12 adults per workshop. IMPORTANT NOTE: Call us to confirm there is space, to register and to discuss payment plan options (503.796.9224).

Click here for more information about the workshop,

including workshop dates and fee.

 

Writing Workshops at HOTLIPS Pizza

3rd Thursday & Last Sunday

Join Write Around Portland and HOTLIPS Pizza to experience the transformative power of writing in community. These workshops are perfect for the new and seasoned writer. Start your day with delicious pastries, coffee and tea provided by Grand Central Baking Company, and the written word. Attend one, attend them all.

3rd Thursdays, 9am - 11am:

2015: Feb 19, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 16,

Aug 20, Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17

Last Sundays, 9am - 11am*:

*Note new time starting in 2015

2015: (No Feb), Mar 29, Apr 26, May 31, Jun 28, Jul 26,

Aug 30, Sep 27, Oct 25, (No Nov, no Dec)

Location: HOTLIPS Pizza, 2211 SE Hawthorne Blvd. [MAP] on the TriMet #14 bus line.

Fee: $10 - $30 sliding scale, per workshop.

Registration: Drop-ins welcome. Register by email or phone (503.796.9224) so we know how many people to expect.

Please bring: a journal, notebook or composition book and a favorite pen.

 

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for an Ice Cream Benefit!

Fifty Licks is donating 10% to Write Around Portland on Friday, April 24! They make their ice cream by hand, in small batches without chemicals. So, you know where to find us on Friday, April 24.

When: Friday, April 24

Time: 3pm-11pm

 

Where: Fifty Licks (2021 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97214)

Click here for the event on Facebook to let us know you’ll be joining us and to invite your friends out for a scoop.

 

It feels good to give and to change lives through the power of writing—especially when there's ice cream involved!

 

Seasoned Writers' Writing Workshop

Adults who have participated in 2+ of our writing workshops in partnership with social service agencies and our Write On: Returning Writers workshop are eligible for this program. Click here for dates, details and updates.

 

133 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 304, Portland, OR 97204

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 "If you haven't been to a Write Around Portland reading, you're missing out on one of the most engaging, amazing literary events in this city."

                     --Willamette Week

To Write With Each Other

is our blog celebrating the William Stafford centennial, where participants in our 2014 writing workshops to shared their work, inspired Stafford's poetry.