Every year, the Community of Writers puts on a number of readings and events that are open to the public, and most are free of charge.

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All SQUAW VALLEY events take place at the Olympic House. 1960 Squaw Valley Rd., Squaw Valley, California. Click here for Directions.


 

Schedule of Public Events: July 8 - 13, 2014

Download Events Schedule July 8-13.

Featured Event:
Authors Read & Talk About Their Work

Squaw Valley, CA

Writers read and discuss their work and sign books in these special events, which are open to the public. Advance reservation required via phone(530) 583-5200 or email. Suggested Donation: $20 per person/$8 student (tax-deductible)


Screenwriting Night
Squaw Valley, CA

Wednesday, July 9 at 8:00:
Screenwriting Program presents: A screening of Kansas City Bomber a 1972 film (MGM) starring Raquel Welch, co-written by Screenwriting Program director, Tom Rickman.

Admission is free to the public and no reservations are required.


Nonfiction Night
Squaw Valley, CA

Thursday, July 10 at 8:00:
“The Sculptor Reveals the Backbone: How to Build the Story from the Spine of Research in Nonfiction & Documentary Film” w/ Christopher Beaver, Jordan Fisher Smith, Julia Flynn Siler,
Jason Roberts, moderated by John Glusman.

Admission is free to the public and no reservations are required.


Featured Event: Authors Read & Talk About Their Work
Squaw Valley, CA

Writers read and discuss their work and sign books in these special events, which are open to the public. Advance reservation required via phone(530) 583-5200 or email. Suggested Donation: $20 per person/$8 student (tax-deductible)


Published Alumni Reading Series:
Kevin Allardice, Eileen Cronin, Peggy Hesketh, & Monica Wesolowska
Squaw Valley, CA

The Community of Writers is delighted to celebrate the success of our alumni, and we invite those with recent books back to the Workshops to present their work to participants, staff, and the public. Admission is free to the public and no reservations are required.

This event is supported by Noel Corngold and Emily Adelsohn Corngold.
See bios here: www.squawvalleywriters.org/writers_ws.htm#Staff


Panels & Craft Talks
Squaw Valley, CA

Don’t miss the chance to hear our staff share insights into the craft and business of writing. Topics are new each year, with the exception of our popular publishing panels, which feature agents, editors, and publishers providing insights and answering questions on this shifting landscape. Most panels and craft talks take place during the afternoon. Admission is free to the public and no reservations are required.

Download Events Schedule July 8-13.


Short Takes Readings
Squaw Valley, CA

On many a lazy late Tahoe afternoon during the Fiction and Screenwriting workshops, we invite staff members to keep things energized with a round of fast fiction and nonfiction. Join us for our version of a literary happy hour. Admission is free to the public and no reservations are required.

Download Events Schedule July 8-13.


 

Squaw Valley Poetry Reading:
Don Mee Choi, Robert Hass, Harryette Mullen,
C.D. Wright, Matthew Zapruder
8 pm, Thursday, June 26, 2014
Squaw Valley, CA

Every year, our staff of five award-winning staff poets presents an extraordinary evening of poetry. We will host our annual Poetry Reading on the evening of Thursday, June 26, 2014. Suggested donation $20/ $8 students. Advance reservation is required. Advance reservation required via phone(530) 583-5200 or email. View & Print the Event Poster.

 


San Francisco Benefit Poetry Reading:
Don Mee Choi, Robert Hass, Harryette Mullen, C.D. Wright, Matthew Zapruder
7 pm, Friday, June 20, 2014
San Francisco, CA

Our staff poets bring their award-winning work to San Francisco to help raise money for our Poetry Workshop Scholarship Fund, which enables talented writers to attend the poetry workshop in Squaw Valley.
Tickets are $24, $12 for students.
Visit the Benefit Website