9 Bridges Endorsed by People’s Ink

[quote author=”Peoples Ink” position=”Friend of 9 Bridges”] 9 Bridges is worth checking out, especially for those who want to workshop in a read-out-loud / active listening format.[/quote]

Last month, 9 Bridges was able to make a new connection in Portland, Oregon. While at the Willamette Writers open house, we met Richard Pope, founder of People’s Ink, a local writers community, After a great discussion about the similarities and differences in our two groups, we all came to the conclusion that our organizations compliment each other very well.

About People’s Ink:

the-peoples-ink-logoThe People’s Ink is an open, free and independent writers’ community open to writers committed to their craft, 21 and over. They meet each week for critique and discussion groups. They are a self-publishing cooperative that promotes local readings, and have a community zine – Typehouse – which showcases the writing of regional and national authors. Members may participate however they wish.

For more information, please visit http://peoples-ink.com/

Willamette Writers Introduces 9 Bridges

Willamette Writers is the largest dues-based writers’ group in Oregon, with chapters across much of western Oregon. We were fortunate to be invited to attend their open house and be featured on their website.

Introducing a New Writers Guild – 9 Bridges

April 27, 2015


Screen Shot 2015-04-29 at 3.06.24 PMThe Willamette Writers’ 50th Anniversary celebration at our Writing House this weekend brought out members old and new to discover each others’ latest work.
Longtime members Salli Slaughter and George Mason, who have visited over 20 states for their Authors Road project, recently added Daniel Handler aka Lemony Snicket to their impressive list of author interviews.

We were also visited by the founders of two local literary organizations, People’s Ink, featured in last month’s post, and the executive team behind the new writers’ non-profit 9 Bridges. Elizabyth Harrington, Executive Director of 9 Bridges, describes how the guild went from being a chapter of Coffee House Writers Group to become its own non-profit, and what it offers writers across Oregon, California, Arizona and Montana.

Read the entire article on the Willamette Writers Website…