Sarah Kishpaugh offers writing class

Sarah Kishpaugh’s non-credit writing class, Creative Writing: What’s Your Style? starts this Thursday. The course, according to Kishapugh, “will look at crafting compelling narratives in fiction and non-fiction. Close readings of valuable texts will make you a better writer as you play in multiple genres as well as work on an on-going piece. All levels…

Sarah Kishpaugh to speak at EPIC on Monday

Monday Morning Writing Group resumes at the Edmonds Library on Jan. 6 with a writing session at 10 a.m., led by Janette Turner, and a talk at 11 a.m. by Sarah Kishpaugh. Kishpaugh is an Edmonds-based freelance editor, writer, and writing teacher. Her publications include the New York Times, Salon.com, and Brainline.org. Kishpaugh said that…

Artfully Edmonds: Last outdoor concert of summer, volunteer at Driftwood Players, Phoenix does Gilligan’s Island

It’s hard to believe that we are closing out the 2015 Summer Concert Series with this edition of “Artfully Edmonds” – but we are. The Saturday market will continue into autumn with its buskers, art, jewelry and photography; crafts, produce, fruit, and flowers. The theatres will call for volunteers, the 2015-2016 performance season will open,…

Learn your writing style at EdCC’s uLearn program

Fall is the ideal time to head back to school. Even adults want to stretch their skills and the uLearn ArtsNow program at Edmonds Community College is here to help. Featured classes include Italian for Beginners, Ceramics Workshop, and also Creative Writing: What’s Your Style? with author Sarah Kishpaugh on Mondays, Oct. 13 – Dec….

Life post-modern love

By Janette Turner Last week Sarah Kishpaugh’s story, “Love, Light, Strength (and Glue),” landed in the New York Times Modern Love column, and generated responses, such as “I needed that.” But her favorite reader comment described her column as a “literary hug.” Kishpaugh’s story is touching Times readers with her recounting of the challenges over…