PNCA’s Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing offers lectures and readings from June 24 to July 3.
June 03, 2021
PNCA’s Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing, part of the Hallie Ford School of Grad Studies, offers public programming — lectures and readings— all free and open to the public as part of their Summer 2021 Residency.
Here is a list of talks given by LRCW Faculty (passwords for Zoom events: 515000).
Thursday, June 24, 10 AM PST: Zoom
Undrowned: Wake Work, Water Words by Alison C Rollins
Friday, June 25, 10 AM PST: Zoom
In Transit by Jay Ponteri
Saturday, June 26, 10 AM PST: Zoom
The Art of Failure by Vi Khi Nao
Sunday, June 27, 10 AM PST: Zoom
BATHYSPHERICS by Sara Jaffe
Saturday, July 3, 10 AM PST:Zoom
Almost unoriginal writing and unsticking protocols by Alejandro de Acosta
Here is a listing of this summer’s Faculty and Guest Artists Readings.
Thursday, June 24, 7 PM PST : Zoom
Fiction Writers Jess Arndt and Sara Jaffe and Poet Alison C. Rollins
Friday, June 25, 7 PM PST: Zoom
Translator Alejandro de Acosta and Creative nonfiction writer Jay Ponteri
Friday, July 2, 7 pm PST : Zoom & Alberta Abbey
Poets Juleen Eun Sun Johnson, Vi Khi Nao, and Cedar Sigo read poetry from their most recent works. People can attend on Zoom or in person at the Alberta Abbey, 126 NE Alberta Street. To attend in person, please RSVP via our Eventbrite.
The inaugural graduating class of PNCA’s Low Residency Creative Writing Program will be giving readings of their work in the coming days. We invite you (and encourage you) to attend this celebration of their accomplishments in-person or on Zoom! If you know someone in the community who would like to attend, they are also welcome on Zoom.
7 pm: Wednesday, June 30
Jeremy Cushman, Eric Lelack, Brian Moore, Rowan Solana
Zoom / 410
7 pm: Thursday, July 1
Kasey Anderson, Wendy Battles, Olivia Fishwick, Janna Lopez
Zoom / 410
5 pm: Saturday, July 3
Sarah Bat Anderson, Cheryl David, Riley Danvers, Joanna Kaufman, Christopher Zimmerly-Beck
Zoom / Mediatheque
About Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing Encouraging experimentation within and across writing forms, genres, and mediums, the Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing features dynamic faculty and intensive residencies to hone skills for a lifelong sustainable writing practice.
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