Workin’ for the Weekend(s)

While I’m neither cool or connected enough to AWP later this week, I’ll more than make up for it by presenting and teaching in three upcoming weekend festivals and workshops. If you’re in the Portland area, I hope to see you at some of the following events:

Saturday April 17: Character development workshop (Fellowship Writers Conference @ Clackamas Community College):  Gregory Forum, 12:30-2:20 pm

Saturday April 24: Teaching Comics Panel with Diana Schutz, Brian Michael Bendis, James Sturm, Katya Amato and Ben Saunders (Stumptown Comics Fest @Lloyd Center Doubletree): Oregon Room, 12-2 pm

Sunday April 25: Asterios Polyp reading discussion (Stumptown Comics Fest @ Lloyd Center Doubletree): Idaho Room, 12-12:45 pm

Saturday May 1: WR199: Web 2.0 and Social Networking for Writers: Clackamas CC, 10-4 pm (this is a 1-credit course offered through CCC for the steep price of $5, CRN #195123. click here to register)

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3 responses to “Workin’ for the Weekend(s)

  • Bonnie

    Looks like you’re going to be busy!

  • naomi

    I couldn’t find a description for your WR199 course. Would you be so good as to offer a little information about it? (Also, any plans for teaching a fiction course in the near future, at CCC or elsewhere?)
    Thanks in advance!

    • trevor

      Nice to hear from you, Naomi. Here’s the short blurb for the WR199 course in the current schedule of classes: “Learn how to use web technologies like WordPress, Facebook and Twitter to publish and promote your writing in this 1-credit workshop.” There will be a lot more tools than just those three.

      I’ve been teaching at least one fiction course every fall/winter/spring term at CCC since 2004. For 2010-2011, I’ll only be teaching the class fall and winter terms; I’ll be on sabbatical during the spring.

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