Drunken Boat, which was founded by Centrum faculty member Rebecca Seiferle, and which quickly became one of the literary world's first successful online literary journals, is on the prowl for good fiction.
Headed up by our own Deborah Poe, the author of "Our Parenthetical Ontology," among other books, submissions will be opened on September 21. Submission guidelines and more are available here.
In other news, we're pleased to be able to announce our first writing workshop of 2010, a creative nonfiction craft-techniques class. It will take place February 4-7, 2010, at the Fort Worden State Park campus, and feature Judith Kitchen, one of the finest writers and teachers of the craft of writing in the world today.
Tuition for this workshop is $395. Scholarship and financial-aid funds are available. Room and board options range from $105 to $235. You can register for this course by following this link or by calling Centrum at 360.385.3102, x114.