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Online Corvallis & Southern: Creating While Aging with Priscilla Long
March 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Willamette Writers on the River in Corvallis Presents
Creating While Aging with Priscilla Long
This meeting is online only.
Join us on Monday, March 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM (Zoom Room Opens at 6:20PM) for author Priscilla Long’s online presentation “Creating While Aging: How Knowledge of New Science and Role Models Can Spur us to Become More Productive, Better Writers the More We Age”. We welcome our Southern Oregon Chapter members to join us! Priscilla will explore new ways of looking at old age as a potentially dynamic, happy, and creatively productive time. Using science and inspiring stories, her talk counters the image of old age as past the peak of creativity and offers ideas for how to grow into a satisfying old age. This talk encourages creativity in those who feel the years adding up or want to get a head start on that path. The Zoom room will open at 6:00 PM for networking before the meeting. Please read Zoom Details below then register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudeivrTosEtUnUmcxRAwsuLZONxttOtRp
About Priscilla Long
Priscilla Long is a writer of poetry, essays, creative nonfiction, fiction, science, and history. She has an MFA degree from the University of Washington and is a longtime independent teacher of writing. Her seventh book, Dancing with the Muse in Old Age (Coffeetown, 2022), is the basis for this presentation. She has published two poetry books, Holy Magic (MoonPath Press) and Crossing Over: Poems (University of New Mexico Press); a how-to-write book, The Writer’s Portable Mentor: A Guide to Art, Craft, and the Writer’s Life; and a book of memoirist essays, Fire and Stone (University of Georgia Press). Her awards include a National Magazine Award. Ten of her essays have been honored as “notable” in various editions of the Best American Essays.
About your chapter meetings
Willamette Writers meetings are open to all writers, 18 and up. Guests are welcome to make a donation to help support the cost of the meeting (we believe in paying our speakers for their time and skills). This meeting is run by volunteers. We look forward to seeing you there!
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