The Cabin (Boise) has released their January and February 2022 workshops. There appears to be something for everyone, genre- and interest-wise. In addition, there’s a mix of online and in-person opportunities, depending upon your location and pandemic concerns.
Here’s a quick list. Visit their website for more details. Scholarships available.
- Tues., 18 Jan. – online – Excavation, with C L Young
- Thurs., 20 Jan. – onsite – The Tools of Creative Writing, with Daniel Stewart (6-week workshop)
- Tues., 25 Jan. – online – The Art of Dread: Crafting Contemporary Horror, with Christi Nogle (6-week workshop)
- Tues., 1 Feb. – online – Writing Workshop, with Daniel Stewart
- Wed., 9 Feb. – onsite – Refilling Your Creative Well, with Heidi Kraay (6-week workshop)
Boise Weekly’s annual contest runs through 31 December. Winners will be published in the 27 January issue. Submission fee $15.
Read more about it on their site, and check out last year’s winners.
The Cabin has arranged its first in-person “Readings & Conversations” in nearly two years, and the author is none other than Anthony Doerr.
The tickets gain you access to either an in-person seat at the Morrison Center in Boise, or you can choose to live-stream it. Mark your calendar for Thursday, 13 January 2022. More details on The Cabin’s website, including a ticket sales link.
Long ago, Pandora’s box opened to reveal a multitude of evils. Only hope was left behind. Her name was Elpis.
Visit the publisher’s website to learn more about this collection — released 10 December 2021, and available on Amazon — including work by:
- JoAnn Koozer of Nampa
- Margaret Koger of Boise
- Eileen Earhart Oldag of Boise
Bringing together poetry, short stories, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, essays, and more from self-identifying women worldwide…
Idaho magazine has announced a call for “imaginative, well-developed stories … with a distinctly Idaho flavor.”
There’s a very modest entry fee. The deadline for submissions (and they must be MAILED) is 31 January 2022.
Read all the details on their website.
WritersCache are open to submissions through 30 Dec. 2021 on the theme of “second chance at love.”
Read more details on their website
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