Internship Opening: Intern for @Literary Arts Events this Winter!

Internship Opening: Intern for @Literary Arts Events this Winter!

Literary Arts seeks an intern to assist at @Literary Arts events at our downtown center. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This internship is four months, from January 15, 2019 – April 15, 2019, and will provide practical, hands-on experience in the areas of non-profit arts administration, event production and planning, and writing…

Internship Opening: Intern for @Literary Arts Events This Fall

Internship Opening: Intern for @Literary Arts Events This Fall

Literary Arts seeks two interns to assist at @Literary Arts events at our downtown center. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Internships are five months, from September 5, 2018 – January 15, 2019. These internships will provide practical, hands-on experience in the areas of non-profit arts administration, event production and planning, and writing…

Unchaste January: Teen Mamas Edition 

Unchaste January: Teen Mamas Edition 

by Sienna Ballou and Lauren Scheck, Literary Arts interns Literary Arts hosted  Unchaste Readers Series on January 17. The series creates a space for women, gender non-binary, and queer folks to share their stories. This particular reading was centered on the topic of teen motherhood and featured writers Katie Kaput, Jessica Standifird, Nina Packebush, and…

@Literary Arts Seeks Event Interns for Winter 2018

@Literary Arts Seeks Event Interns for Winter 2018

Literary Arts seeks two interns to assist at @Literary Arts events at our downtown center. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Internships are four months, from January – April, 2018. These internships will provide practical, hands-on experience in the areas of non-profit arts administration, event production and planning, and writing for social media. Literary Arts is a…

Unchaste November

Unchaste November

by Tailor Dolgin, Literary Arts intern The Unchaste Readers Series held their penultimate reading of 2017 at Literary Arts on November 15. The series, hosted by Jenny Forrester, provides women with a space to share their voices in a variety of forms. This reading was jam-packed with diverse content, featuring nine local writers as they…

Liar’s League At Literary Arts in October: Fires & Quakes

Liar’s League At Literary Arts in October: Fires & Quakes

by Monica Hay, Literary Arts intern Liars’ League PDX hosted its last event of 2017 at Literary Arts on October 21. The theme for this round was “Fires and Quakes.” Liars’ League, founded in London, is an organization that hosts events where professional actors perform work by writers. Writers have the opportunity to submit unpublished…

Incite at Literary Arts in September: Abundance  

Incite at Literary Arts in September: Abundance  

by Monica Hay, Event Intern at Literary Arts Incite: Queer Readers Read held its third event at Literary Arts on Wednesday, September 6. The “two Kates” Kate Carroll de Gutes and Kate Gray host the events, with the, “hope to create conversation, connection, and greater understanding both within the queer community and with other communities”…

@Literary Arts Seeks Event Interns for Fall 2017

@Literary Arts Seeks Event Interns for Fall 2017

Literary Arts seeks two interns to assist at @Literary Arts events at our downtown center. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Internships are four months, from September – December, 2017. These internships will provide practical, hands-on experience in the areas of non-profit arts administration, event production and planning, sound recording and editing, and writing for social media.…

Incite at Literary Arts in July!

Incite at Literary Arts in July!

Sossity Chiricuzio, Nan Collie and Judith Barrington appeared at INCITE: Queer Writers Read on Tuesday, July 11. The series is curated by Kate Grey and Kate Caroll de Gutes. You can read an interview with the two Kates here on our blog. The two Kates!  Sossity Chiricuzio…

Poetry and Politics: March 30

Poetry and Politics: March 30

On Thursday, March 30, Samiya Bashir, Natasha Marin, Geneve Chao, and Neil Aitken presented a reading followed by moderated panel discussion and audience Q&A on the subject of literary activism, social justice, intersectionality, feminism, and allyship. Neil Aitken Samiya Bashir Natasha Marin