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Surrounded By Writers

July 20, 2017

By Andrea Torres Disclaimer: I am NOT a writer. I do not write fantastical fiction with overbearing villains and strong...
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The Sebald Remedy

June 27, 2017

So often, we fiction writers project a reader who is lazy, listless, or passive—who has to be seduced. This can give...
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Meet Our Terry Dodd Scholarship Winner

June 08, 2017

For the first time this year, Lighthouse was able to offer four Lit Fest fellowships to emerging writers. Each ...

An Experiment in Conscious Publishing

April 22, 2016

by Shari Caudron

Catching Up with Rob Spillman

April 22, 2016

When it comes to writing and editing, there’s no denying that Rob Spillman has some serious cred.

What the Hippies Can Teach Us

April 22, 2016

by Tiffany Kassab

How to Hook an Editor

April 22, 2016

by Corey Dahl

Disconnected Thoughts From AWP 2016

April 22, 2016

by Michael Henry

When Art and Lit Are the Same Thing

April 22, 2016

by Corey Dahl

This is Your Wake-Up Call

March 20, 2016

by Corey Dahl

Journalism for Everyone

March 16, 2016

By Corey Dahl

Member Dispatch: Inside Riverside's MFA Program

March 11, 2016

By Minda Honey

So You Want to Write the Next “Mad Men”

March 09, 2016

By Corey Dahl

Meet the Artists for Making the Mountain

February 24, 2016

by Corey Dahl

The Importance of Michael Ondaatje

February 23, 2016

by Corey Dahl

Instructors Tell All: The Writing Rules You Need

February 18, 2016

by Ryan Hoenig

Speakeasy Podcast

Accidental Plagiarism

February 16, 2016

Welcome to the Speakeasy podcast!

Meet Chip Livingston

January 26, 2016

by Corey Dahl

The Brain-Body-Bowie Connection

January 22, 2016

By Sara Jade Alan

Scribulator’s Guild, a Nonfiction Salon with special guest Helen Thorpe

January 19, 2016

“The Scribulator’s Guild” is a celebration of narrative nonfiction hosted by Lighthouse faculty member Joel Warner.

Lighthouse Presents: Making the Mountain

January 19, 2016

Making the Mountain is a quarterly artist talk in partnership with Lighthouse Writers Workshop.

The Draft, 27.0: “The Horror, the Mystery”

January 19, 2016

The Draft Reading Series celebrates the diverse and talented writing in our workshops that hovers around a given them

Reading and Q&A with Lidia Yuknavitch

January 19, 2016

There was a free reception and reading that followed Lidia Yuknavitch’s seminar “Let the Pieces Fall Where They May.”

Reading and Q&A with Eli Gottlieb

January 19, 2016

Following Eli Gottlieb’s seminar “Mechanics & Gearings of Long-Form Narrative,” there was a free reception and re