It’s hard to write about love if you don’t love your writing. In this generative and reflective workshop, you’ll meditate, respond to prompts, and laugh. You’ll receive specific attention to what is shining brightly in your writing through the Gateless Method. Create complicated love in your stories and poems. Tap into the layered and often messy […]
Kate Gray's debut novel, Carry the Sky (2014) takes an unblinking look at bullying. Her first full-length book of poems, Another Sunset We Survive (2007) was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award and followed chapbooks, Bone-Knowing (2006), winner of the Gertrude Press Poetry Prize and Where She Goes(2000), winner of the Blue Light Chapbook Prize. Over the years she has been awarded residencies at Hedgebrook, Norcroft, and Soapstone, and a fellowship from the Oregon Literary Arts. Her poetry and essays have been nominated for Pushcart prizes.