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Conflict: Got A Problem With That?

August 31, 2017

I’ve been extremely fortunate since coming to Denver eight years ago. I found a creative home at Lighthouse and...
Top Secret Blog

Literary Distance, Mark Mayer, And A Song From Hercules

August 29, 2017

As a writer, one of the most difficult tasks can simply be finding inspiration for your work. Sure Ray Bradbury,...
Top Secret Blog

Othello: The Most Terrifying Play Ever Written?

August 24, 2017

In act I, scene 3 of Othello, the 28-year-old Iago upbraids his supposed friend Roderigo for threatening to...

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

M.F.A. vs. Lighthouse: One Writer’s Opinion

December 22, 2015

by Maggie Ferguson

Lit Matters: Spoiler Alert

December 08, 2015

by Robin Black

“Has Beth died yet?”

Lit Matters: The Cranes of Spain

December 05, 2015

by Andrea Dupree

Lit Matters: The Secret Language of Fairy Tales

December 03, 2015

by Laura I. Miller