Workshop and Reading for
Portumna Pen Pushers
Unleashing Wildness in Your Writing
Thursday May 26, 2022 4:00 - 7:00 PM Irish time
Mancos Third Thursday Speaker Series - Lisa C. Taylor
Thursday - August 18, 2022 6:00 PM
Join the Mancos community at Fenceline Cider for their August author, Lisa C. Taylor as she presents her newest book: Interrogation of Morning and talks about the creative process.
"Taylor's new book of poems is a stellar marriage of close observation and an energetic imagination."
141 South Main Street
Mycolicious Mycoluscious Mycological Poetry Show
Lisa C. Taylor and others
Friday - August 19, 2022 9:00 PM
Lisa will read one poem that references mushrooms as a part of the Telluride Mushroom Festival 2022.
Sheridan Opera House
110 North Oak Street
Telluride Mushroom Festival
Liars, Criminals and Lovers:
Story as Character, Character as Story
Class begins Wednesday, October 5 thru November 16, 2022
Weekly Zoom meetings on Tuesdays begining October 11
7:00 - 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Long after we finish a story, a well-written character stays with us. In this interactive, generative course, you’ll gain a better understanding of the role of characters in literary fiction—and learn to create fully developed characters that make your readers cheer, cry, rage, or exclaim.
Stories and characters are everywhere. We will explore many stories, from flash fiction to short stories, each with memorable characters, and we will trace a line through them: stories are character. This class is open to anyone at any level.
Virtual (Zoom) Launch for
Dreams for a Broken World Anthology
Wednesday October 9, 2022 8:00 PM Eastern Time, 6:00 PM Mountain Time
Massachusetts Reading Series
Virtual (Zoom) reading hosted by Amesbury Mass Poet Laureate, Ellie O'Leary
Wednesday October 26, 2022 6:30 PM Eastern Time, 4:30 PM Mountain Time
Southwest Writers Virtual Workshop with Lisa C. Taylor
Scaling the Mountain: Wildness in Writing
Saturday November 12, 2022 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Mountain Time
Southwest Writers members $20, non-members $30
Does your writing follow predictable patterns? Are there places you won’t go because you are uncertain of how to leap into the wild landscape of your imagination? How you tell stories depends upon your vision for the writing as well as the audience.
In this two-hour workshop we will explore ways in which our lives compel us to write with our resulting pieces containing only the dust of the true events that may have sparked an idea or character. We will read examples of unconventional writing, and reinvent what is possible for you.
Participants should come to the workshop with at least a first line or an idea. No prior writing experience is necessary. Bring an open mind, playfulness, and a desire to try something new. We will be writing and sharing in this workshop.
Stonecoast MFA Alumni Reading
Monday December 5, 2022 7:30 PM Eastern, 5:30 PM Mountain
This is a reading by alumni who have books published in 2022. Lisa will be one of the readers. There will be a link to order books.
The Zoom link is: https://maine.zoom.us/j/81401074474