Sue Landers takes over as executive director of the nonprofit dedicated to LGBTQ 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.