ADDENDA, DISJECTA MEMBRA, & LINKS:
M. Allen Cunningham on Twitter: @M_A_Cunningham
Atelier26 Books: founded by M. Allen Cunningham, Atelier26 exists to demonstrate the powers and possibilities of literature through beautifully designed and expressive books that get people listening, talking, and exchanging ideas. twitter.com/Atelier26Books; www.facebook.com/Atelier26Books
Atelier26 Creative Writing Workshops
Literature & Culture Links:
Catamaran Literary Reader, the West Coast's finest new lit-mag; sponsor of numerous events, workshops, and an annual writing conference.
Chicago Quarterly Review, one of the best journals out there.
Forest Avenue Press, a wonder of literary publishing in Portland, Oregon, specializing in quiet books for a noisy world.
Indiebound, because independent booksellers are way better than Amazon for book culture, civic life, and community economies.
IPRC, The Independent Publishing Resource Center in Portland, OR.
Late Night Library, sustaining book culture, promoting literature in schools and communities, and supporting a diverse array of writers early in their careers through podcasts, author events, and more.
Literary Arts, a comprehensive, nationally recognized center for writers, publishers, readers, and lovers of the literary arts, with a mission to engage readers, support writers, and inspire the next generation with great literature.
Moss Literary Journal, celebrating the literary lifeblood of the Northwest.
Oregon Humanities, connecting Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities.
Propeller Books & Quarterly, a cutting-edge indie publisher in Portland, purveyor of beautifully designed books of high literary merit, and of a kick-ass arts & culture magazine.
Pan European Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, a young and stellar MFA Program with rotating summer residencies in Barcelona, Dublin, and Vienna, and a dedicated and world-class faculty.
Portland State University MFA Program in Creative Writing, an intensive program of writing in core workshops and seminars taught by established writers in the heart of Portland.
The Timberline Review, a new national literary magazine on par with The Kenyon Review, The Iowa Review, and other honored journals, and hailing from the Pacific Northwest
Harriet Scott Chessman, author of The Beauty of Ordinary Things (Atelier26, 2013), Someone Not Really Her Mother (Atelier26, 2015), Lydia Cassatt Reading the Morning Paper, and Ohio Angels.
Margaret Malone, author of People Like You (Atelier26, 2015), finalist for the 2016 PEN/Hemingway Award and winner of the Balcones Fiction Prize.
Elizabeth Rosner, author of Gravity (Atelier26, 2014)
Woody Skinner, author of A Thousand Distant Radios (Atelier26, 2017)
Sidney Wade, author of seven volumes of poems, including Bird Book (Atelier26, 2017)