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Friday, April 15 • 8:00pm - 10:00pm
I CAN CHANGE: Heavy Edit Reading and show

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Upon hearing Kerouac's assertion that he didn't need to edit his own work, Truman Capote famously snapped, "That's not writing, that's typing." Creating requires analysis, criticism, and change, and the zine Heavy Edit celebrates that process. Two issues have come out since November 2015, containing drafts and finished works by over twenty mostly-local authors and artists. When the unfinished works and finished products are side-by-side, the meticulousness and subtlety with which they evolve is evident.
 
I Can Change is a reading and showcase of that work, and will mark the release of the third and final issue of the zine. Established and published authors including Ellen Welcker, Kris Dinnison, and Fitz will read alongside younger contributors who are just beginning to establish themselves in the Spokane arts scene. Artwork contained in the zine will be displayed, as well as the work of artists who have developed their pieces and ideas further since publication. Don't miss this opportunity to hear talented and hard-working artists share their experiences and processes, and add perspective to the polished perfection of their finished work.

Issues one and two of Heavy Edit are available for purchase at Auntie's Bookstore, for checkout from the Spark Center library, and will be available at I Can Change. See them online at ceilanhuntergreen.com/heavy-edit.

the observatory, 15 S Howard St • 7 - 9 • 21+ • no cover

Authors
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Kris Dinnison

Kris Dinnison learned to read when she was five years old. She grew up reading books nobody else had read and listening to music nobody else had heard of and thinking she was weird, which she kind of was. She spent nearly two decades as a teacher and librarian working with students from kindergarten to graduate school. The bulk of that time she spent teaching high school English while dreaming of becoming a writer. Nowadays, when she's not... Read More →
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Claire McQuerry

Claire McQuerry's poetry collection, Lacemakers, won the Crab Orchard First Book Prize, and her poems have appeared in Poetry Northwest, American Literary Review, Western Humanities Review, and other journals. She was a recipient of a Walter E. Dakin fellowship and a Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prize. She teaches at Whitworth.
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Ellen Welcker

Ellen Welcker is a poet and co-facilitator of Scablands Lit, an organization that supports writers in the Inland Northwest. Recent poems are in Dusie, Willow Springs, Pinwheel, and Fact-Simile. Her book, The Botanical Garden (Astrophil Press) won the 2009 Astrophil Poetry Prize. Her second collection, Ram Hands, is forthcoming from Scablands Books in 2017.


Friday April 15, 2016 8:00pm - 10:00pm
The Observatory 15 S Howard St, Spokane, WA 99201

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