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Young Willamette Writers

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April 2017

Portland YWW: “Knock ‘Em Out: Writing Action and Fight Scenes” with Fonda Lee

April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Old Church, Portland, 1422 SW 11th
Portland, OR 97201
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How do you write action and fight scenes that are gripping and realistic? How do you convey the pulse-pounding experience of combat if you’re not the sort of person with experience throwing punches or firing guns? Fonda Lee, author of Zeroboxer and Exo, and a black belt with over fifteen years of martial arts experience,…

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May 2017

Young Willamette Writers Portland Monthly Meeting

May 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Monthly; normally, on the first Tuesday of the month September-June
The Old Church, Portland, 1422 SW 11th
Portland, OR 97201
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Young Willamette Writers in Portland meets at the same time and place as the adult Willamette Writers meetings, normally on the first Tuesday of the month from September through June. We meet from 7 – 8 pm at The Old Church in downtown Portland at SW 11th and Clay. Please understand that schedules can change and we do our best to keep you…

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June 2017

Young Willamette Writers Portland Monthly Meeting

June 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly; normally, on the first Tuesday of the month September-June
The Old Church, Portland, 1422 SW 11th
Portland, OR 97201
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Young Willamette Writers in Portland meets at the same time and place as the adult Willamette Writers meetings, normally on the first Tuesday of the month from September through June. We meet from 7 – 8 pm at The Old Church in downtown Portland at SW 11th and Clay. Please understand that schedules can change and we do our best to keep you…

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Teresa Klepinger

Teresa Klepinger

Teresa Klepinger directs the Young Willamette Writers. This is a group of young people, from 5th-10th grade, who are passionate about writing and want to learn from authors about developing their craft. Teresa loves working with kids. She is the “Storylady” at the Sherwood Library and conducts creative writing workshops for students. Contact her.