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The next deadline for submission
of a grant application is December 15, 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

Soapstone: Celebrating Women Writers

Soapstone provides grants to support ad hoc events and short-term study groups that introduce or offer the opportunity to delve into the work of women writers. All events and study groups are open to the public. Events are free of charge; there is a small fee for study groups, with scholarships available.

Small Grants to Support Events and Study Groups

The application process is simple and the time between applying and notification short.

Click here for general information about the grants.
Click here for information about applying for an event grant.
Click here for information about applying for a study group grant.

Click here to sign up for our monthly newsletter announcing upcoming study groups.

Upcoming study groups:

Reading Linda Pastan, led by Andrea Hollander
Four Saturday mornings, 10 to 1
January 13, 20, 17 and February 10
ArtSpace Room, TaborSpace, 60th & SE Belmont

Reading Adrienne Rich, led by Sara Guest
Four Saturday mornings, 10 to 1
March 10, March 24, April 14, April 28
ArtSpace Room, TaborSpace, 60th & SE Belmont

Reading Susan Glaspell, led by Gay Monteverde
Three Saturday mornings, 10 to 1
May 12, 19, 26
ArtSpace Room, TaborSpace, 60th & SE Belmont

More detailed information about the winter 2018 groups will be available at the end of September.

Reading Virginia Woolf's Essays, led by Judith Barrington
Four Saturday mornings, 10 to 1
September 15, 22, 29 and October 6
Friends Meeting House, 4312 SE Stark

The fee is $60; scholarships are available. The group is limited to 15. To register, send an email to info@soapstone.org, and a check made out to Soapstone, 622 SE 29th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214.

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To be notified about these programs and those of many other literary organizations, sign up for our community email announcements that come out every other week with information about readings, workshops and opportunities for readers and writers in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

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For a complete list of grants awarded, please click here to see or download a PDF