During the sixth season of The Archive Project, enjoy recordings from Portland Arts & Lectures events, the Portland Book Festival, and other community events happening right here in Portland, Oregon. Also, a new limited series LONG DISTANCEfeatures interviews with authors and their latest book releases.
Three dynamic Oregon high school artists will perform their work and discuss their experiences at the intersections of writing and activism in 2020. Learn about their ideas for the future and what writing means to them right now. Brief Q&A with audience questions to follow. Moderated by novelist and Writers in the Schools Program Specialist, Jules Ohman. Featuring: Grace Matheny, Hera Wolfe, and Luz Zamora.
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Jules Ohman is a program specialist and writer for Literary Arts’ Writers in the Schools program. She co-founded the nonprofit Free Verse, which teaches creative writing in juvenile halls, and works as a grant writer. Jules writes novels, walks a lot, and lives with her partner in Portland. She earned her MFA in Fiction from the University of Montana.