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North Seattle Community College. Poets & Writers Series. After Long Silence presents. Creative Writing Instructors. Pesha Joyce Gertler, Deborah Green, Tracy Heinlein, and Molly Tenenbaum.
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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series After Long Silence presents Creative Writing Instructors Pesha Joyce Gertler, Deborah Green, Tracy Heinlein, and Molly Tenenbaum Pesha Joyce Gertler, Poet Populist 2005-2006 spotlights on the relationship amongst art and substance in her Creative Writing classes. Her verse shows up in numerous diaries and treasurys, and has gotten various honors. Deborah Green , in educating Creative Writing, needs every understudy to experience his or her own innovative procedure. She composes verse and genuine. She has distributed a book of journals and arrangements to print another. Tracy Heinlein has shown composing courses since 1994 in a few universities. She is past proofreader of Licton Springs Review, and presently alters Crosscurrents, a statewide artistic magazine for school staff. She additionally educates experimental writing on the web. Molly Tenenbaum is an artist and artist living in Seattle, and is the writer of By a Thread , and of the chapbooks Blue Willow , Old Voile , and Story . She shows music in the lounge room and English and Creative Writing at NSCC. Open Mic takes after perusing February 17 , 7:30 - 9:30 Rose Room, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator of NSCC\'s Writing Series, 525-5373 June 2006 New Voices Reading

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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series After Long Silence presents International Women\'s Day Lesley Hazleton Reading from her recently discharged book Jezebel: the Untold Story of the Bible\'s Harlot Queen Deborah Green , in instructing Creative Writing, needs every understudy to experience his or her own particular inventive process. She composes verse and genuine. She has distributed a book of diaries and arrangements to print another. Open Mic takes after perusing March 7 , 7:30 - 9:30 North Star Dining Room, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator of NSCC\'s Writing Series, 525-5373 June 2006 New Voices Reading

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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series Reading Series displays NEW VOICES: Rick Marting, Rozlyn Steele, Matthew Starr, and Kat Seidemann Rick Marting was brought up in southern Ohio and moved to Seattle with his better half and kids in 1979.  He holds a B.A. from Miami University and a M.Ed. from the University of Washington.  After numerous years in educating, he has come back to his written work and started classes at NSCC.  His late rediscovery of the work of Gerard Manley Hopkins provoked him to attempt his "composition hand" once more. Experimental writing teacher: Pesha J. Gertler. Rozlyn Steele is right now an understudy at North Seattle, centering her reviews around American Sign Language.  She as of late took an interest in NSCC Vagina Monologs and is keen on seeking after theater and also verse for aesthetic expression.  Rozlyn peruses her verse at open mikes and verse hammers, she read finally years New Voices occasion and was a Slam champ in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2003.  Rozlyn is an attempted and genuine verse sweetheart, her top choices originating from scribblings on mixed drink napkins and the backs of utilized envelopes.  Rozlyn is anticipating moving to southern California this fall in light of the fact that the possibility of persisting one more stormy season will bring about her "head-butting a blade. "Experimental writing educator: Deborah Green. Matthew Starr appreciates the guileful composition of Kurt Vonnegut and Terry Pratchett, and tries to plumb similar absurdities of both human experience and dialect. He prepared as a visual craftsman, and tends to approach his composition from a visual viewpoint. He has been distributed in the Licton Springs Review. Exploratory writing teacher: Tracy Heinlein. Kat Seidemann is a writer with more bad habit than versa: as senior in secondary school my mom pronounced, "Katherine, you ought to be a columnist", however I was insubordinate. I composed without structure or reason for quite a long time. A year ago I came back to class after a long rest and rediscovered what my mother knew years prior composing is my obsession and the glue that holds me together. I remain an old soul shored up by immaturity. Creative Writing Instructor: Molly Tenenbaum. Open Mic takes after perusing June 6 , 7:30 - 9:30 PM North Star Dining Room, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator of NSCC\'s Writing Series, 525-5373 Fall 2008 To Be Announced

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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series Reading Series presents J.W. Marshall and Judith Roche J. W. Marshall\'s first full length gathering of verse, Meaning a Cloud, won the 2007 Field Poetry Prize and was distributed by Oberlin College Press in 2008. Alongside his significant other, Christine Deavel, he possesses and works Open Books, a verse just book shop in Seattle. His verse has showed up in Alaska Quarterly Review, Cranky, Field, LitRag, Plowshares, Raven Chronicles, and different magazines. Wood Works distributed two of his chapbooks, Taken With (2005) and Blue Mouth (2001), each of which was a finalist for a Washington State Book Award. He co-altered the artistic magazine Fine Madness from 1985 to 2000. Likewise, he is a SCCC graduate and extremely partial to his Community College encounter. Judith Roche has distributed three books of verse: Myrrh/My Life as a Screamer, Ghost, and Wisdom of the Body (her latest production which got the 2007 American Book Award). She has likewise showed up in various diaries and altered (with Meg McHutchison) First Fish, First People, Salmon Tales of the Pacific Rim . She has worked for a long time as Literary Manager at One Reel, as an instructor in the schools, healing facilities and jails of our state. She has additionally been included in Public Art establishments of word craftsmanship and verse at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, on a square in Tukwila, and on the divider over the road from the Paramount Theater. At the focal point of her activism is a profound faith in verse\'s remarkable capacity to convey individuals nearer to their own particular truth. Open Mic takes after perusing February 27, 7:30 - 9:30 PM North Star Dining Room, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator of NSCC\'s Writing Series, 525-5373 NEW VOICES June 2009 To Be Announced

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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series Reading Series presents Pesha J. Gertler, Michael Schein, & Susan Landgraf Pesha J. Gertler , fellow benefactor and organizer of NSCC Poets & Writers Series, (otherwise known as After Long Silence) was chosen Seattle\'s Poet Populist 2005-2006. She will read from her recently distributed chapbook, The Healing Time: Finally on My Way to Yes. She instructs Creative Writing through the Humanities Division and a progressing Womens\' Writing Circle through Continuing Education. Her lyrics show up in various abstract diaries and compilations, and with her understudies, joins sonnets to branches of trees at Green Lake, where she shows haiku in the late spring. Michael Schein is the writer of Just Deceits: A Historical Courtroom Mystery (Bennett & Hastings 2008), portrayed as "the ideal book for mates of court thrillers, chronicled fiction, secrets, or anybody searching for an energizing page-turner that likewise empowers the psyche." He additionally composes verse, plays and short stories, and serves as Director of the yearly LITFUSE Poets\' Workshop. His verse has been broadly distributed, designated for the Pushcart twice, and adhered to the icebox by magnets. For more information, please visit www.michaelschein.com . Susan Landgraf\'s chapbook, Other Voices, was distributed the previous summer. Her sonnets have showed up in various scholarly magazines. She has been granted a few residencies including Hedgebrook and Breadloaf. Respects incorporate a Fulbright-Hays allow for travel and study in South Africa and Namibia, a NEH give for five weeks in Peru and Bolivia, concentrate the Andean universes. She instructed at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China through a trade program with Highline Community College where she shows composing, writing, and media classes. Open Mic takes after perusing December 4, 7:30 - 9:30 PM Concert Hall, Library Building, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator of NSCC\'s Writing Series, 525-5373 To Be Announced February 2010

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North Seattle Community College Poets & Writers Series Reading Series presents Barbara L. Thomas, & Judith Skillman Barbara L. Thomas is a non-tribal Eastern Cherokee, her mom\'s kin having gotten away from the Trail of Tears to settle in Illinois. She came to verse late, past sixty. Her first book, Lilacs Wilting on Nancy\'s Bonnet: A Cherokee Narrative, was named for both the Pushcart Prize and the Bumbershoot Literary Award 2001. Barbara moved to Kalispell after the passing of her better half of fifty-one years. In the Flathead, she makes the most of her little girl\'s family, neighbors and companions, snowshoeing, kayaking, planting and swimming. Her perusing will incorporate lyrics from her latest book, Dreaming of Sunflower Fields. Judith Skillman\'s twelfth book, The Never, is approaching in April 2010 from Dream Horse Press. The beneficiary of a honor from the Academy of American Poets for her book Storm, (Blue Begonia Press 1998), Skillman\'s work has showed up In Poetry, FIELD, The Southern Review, The Midwest Quarterly, Seneca Review, and various different diaries and treasurys. An author, teacher, and proofreader, Skillman holds a M.F.A. in English Literature from the University of Maryland, and lives in Kennydale, Washington. Extra points of interest can be found on www.judithskillman.com . Open Mic takes after perusing February 26, 7:30 - 9:30 PM North Star Dining Room, College Center Building, NSCC 9600 College Way N. More Information: Next Reading: Please call Humanities 527-3709 or Pesha Gertler, Coordinator

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