Events

PACIFIC ALUMS DISCUSS LIVING A SUSTAINABLE LITERARY LIFE 
March 5, 2024, 6:30-8:30 pm PT 
at Up Up Books
1211 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 

Free!

Alissa Hattman, Domi Shoemaker, Emmi Greer, and Katey Schultz will discuss creating a sustainable literary life. These four Pacific University alums have built unique literary careers and lives for themselves—as authors, editors, teachers, and organizers. They have published chapbooks, literary journals, collections, and novels; founded reading series, writing schools, and workshop series; and have taught residencies, workshops, and university classes—so there will be no shortage of ideas to discuss. The conversation will be accompanied by a brief reading from each participant and followed by a Q&A with the audience. Join us for what is sure to be an insightful evening!

 

READING WITH KATEY SCHULTZ & ZOE BALLERING
Thursday, March 7, 2024, 7 pm PT
Reid Campus Center, Young Ballroom
Whitman College
416 E. Main
Walla Walla, WA 99362

Free!

Katey Schultz and Zoe Ballering will both read from their work, followed by a conversation and audience Q&A, as part of Whitman College’s Writing Week with Whitman Alum-Writers.

 

WHEN RESEARCH MEETS IMAGINATION: READING WITH KATEY SCHULTZ AND CALYX PRESS
Saturday, March 9, 2024, 1-3 pm PT
The Corvallis Museum
411 SW 2nd Street
Corvallis, OR 97333

Free!

CALYX Press and the Benton County Historical Society will collaborate to host Katey Schultz at the Corvallis Museum. Katey will read from her work and share what she has learned about the dynamic role research can play in the creative process.  Local writers with work rooted in research practices are invited to share short (3-5 minute excerpts) from their own work at an open mic following Katey’s reading.

 

BECOMING YOUR OWN BEST EDITOR: A FACULTY READING
Tuesday, March 19, 2024, 8:45 pm ET
Online

Free!

Register now and save the date for Becoming Your Own Best Editor, a free Zoom reading with authors Katey Schultz, Desiree Cooper, Alejandro de Acosta, and Sarah Seltzer. These Monthly Mentorship faculty members will each present for 12 minutes, reading excerpts from their work and briefly addressing how they have learned to coach themselves through a particular aspect of their writing or writing lives. The presentation will be followed by an audience Q&A. All registrants will be entered to win a signed copy of a book of their choosing by one of the panelists. Please note: Registration is required to receive the Zoom link. Register here!

 

FLASH IN A FLASH
March 26, 2024
6:30-8 pm ET
Flatiron Writers Room (virtual from anywhere)

Katey will teach Flash in a Flash with the Flatiron Writers Room. Flash is one of the most popular genres being written and published today. Whether you’re already published, mired in NaNoWriMo drafts, deep into a memoir project, or fully devoted to fiction, the skills required in flash fiction and flash nonfiction will improve your ability to handle scene, embed metaphor, and target a character’s desires with precision. In this class you will learn the defining traits of flash form writing, study noteworthy examples, and begin new flashes from prompts delivered during class time. You will leave the presentation feeling more confident about scene, concision, and that elusive “so what?” factor that can turn anecdotal writing into impactful narrative. Register here!

 

Save the date!

MONTHLY PUBLISHING Q&A WITH INDIGO EDITING
April 23, 2024
3-4 pm ET
(virtual from anywhere)

Free!

Join Ali Shaw, and special guest Katey Schultz, for Indigo Editing’s monthly Q&A about the publishing process, the business of writing, and the book world in general. If you have urgent questions about how your book is progressing through the publishing path, bring them! If you’ve always wondered about something more obscure, like how to tell if an antique book is a first edition or what librarians do at trade shows, bring those too!