Sue Landers takes over as executive director of the nonprofit dedicated to LGBTQ writers.
The Center for Fiction relocates to Brooklyn, New York, with plans to expand its membership, events, educational offerings, and resources for fiction writers.
The iconic Seattle literary arts organization plans for the opening of a new space for writers.
Responses to AWP executive director David Fenza’s departure have been met by silence from the organization’s board.
Literary Arts is a community-based nonprofit literary center located in downtown Portland, with a thirty-year history of serving Oregon’s readers and writers. Programs include Portland Arts & Lectures, one of the country’s largest lecture series; Oregon Book Awards & Fellowships, which celebrates Oregon’s writers and independent publishers; and Writers in the Schools, which hires professional writers to teach semester-long creative writing workshops in Portland’s public high schools.