People’s Ink member Sean Talbot invites you to visit his website “Stumptown Lives.” He describes it as “one nomad’s journey to find home in the rapidly changing cityscape of Portland, Oregon. In the tradition of participatory journalism, Stumptown Lives tells stories of the city’s inhabitants, of the growing pains of gentrification, and discovers how connection
People’s Inker Lindsay Fowler has recently created the website readweird.com, where they promote, write about, and discuss all things weird, but especially weird fiction. On Saturday, May 7th, Read Weird will be having its inaugural Weird Book Club, in which they’ll discuss Helen Oyeyemi’s What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours. The discussion will be held on the group’s Goodreads page.
Get some grub. Get some drinks. Then get ready to enter a whirlwind of science fiction, fantasy and suspense… through ONLY DIALOGUE?!! Yep! And it’s a mind-ride you won’t forget. This showcase of 5-10 minute stories includes the walking dead, demonic spirit bidding wars, space plagues, double crosses, genetic experiments gone wrong and MORE! The
Join People’s Ink writer Lois Melina for “The Body in Pain,” an evening of prose and poetry with her and Andrea Scarpino, Poet Laureate of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The readings will be on Wednesday, April 20, 7-8 pm, Another Read Through bookstore, 3932 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland OR, and on Thursday, April 21, 7-8 pm, Feldenkrais Movement
Just a couple months removed from winning the league championship, the Portland Timbers have begun their 2016 campaign. Follow them each week with the People’s Ink’s own C.I. DeMann, whose soccer column “Six Degrees” appears after each game at SlideRulePass.org. With at least 33 games still to come, C.I. will be busy pounding out words all summer.
People’s Ink member Pam will be presenting on the topic of, “The Horse and Cultural Identity in 1st millennium AD Britain” – part of PSU’s Anthropology talks. Thursday, 14 Jan 2016, 4pm at PSU, Smith Memorial Student Union 298. The talk is free and open to all. Synopsis: A Bioarchaeological study of Horseman identities expressed in Horse Burial and
Interested in doing a public reading? Vault Voices is having an open mic in Multnomah Village on Monday Dec 21st. A few People’s Ink writers read at a previous Vault Voices event, but that one was on a Tuesday. This time, they’re no conflict with our People’s Ink meeting. Details are at their Facebook page. If
Aiming to produce a book of a select few true stories we all can identify with and relate to across cultures, it will be composed of non-fiction stories submitted by people from around the world. It is open to anyone and everyone! Readers are then able to participate in shaping the books pages by voting