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Virtual IPRC: Creative Writing Prompts

  For anyone looking to return to or deepen their writing practice during this time, the IPRC’s tremendous pool of Staff, Instructors and Community members have been providing writing prompts, which we’ve been adding to our stories— follow along on Instagram, or we’ll be collecting those prompts here. Use the tag #iprcdailyprompt to share your […]

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IPRC Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response

As the response evolves in our region, please check back here for updates. The following information was updated at 3:40PM on Friday, March 27th. Because the IPRC is an open space, we’re staying informed on the evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 recommendations. Governor Brown called for statewide school closures until the end of April, and a further shelter-in-place […]

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Interview with Mary Higgins, Zine of the Month coordinator

Congrats on being the new Zine of the Month coordinator! Thanks! Since a lot of people classify the word in different ways, how do you define the term “zine?” What in your opinion is definitely/definitively a zine? Is there anything that definitely/definitively isn’t? And how and why do you make the distinctions that youdo in […]

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Announcing the IPRC’s first-ever Certificate Program Fellowship recipient!

This year the IPRC’s Certificate Program awarded a fellowship to one student across the Program’s three genre-tracks. A student in the Poetry Certificate track, Lindsay Ruoff is our inaugural Fellow. Lindsay Ruoff lives in Portland, Oregon where she writes poems, makes things, and teaches poetry and art classes with students at SUN Community Schools. She […]

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Interview with Liz Yerby, the 2014 Dylan Williams Scholar

Liz Yerby grew up in Baton Rouge, LA, but has lived in Portland since 2010. Since then she’s gotten a Bachelor’s in Russian from Portland State. Currently she volunteers at the IPRC and Museum of Contemporary Craft, and does odd jobs, which include teaching the Bindfast class at the IPRC and giving occasional tours at […]

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