Lighthouse Writers Workshop joins Tier II of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)

September 19, 2019

We’re proud to announce Lighthouse Writers Workshop has joined Tier II of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities...
The Lookout

A Guide to the 2019 NEA Big Read

September 11, 2019

Lighthouse Writers Workshop, in partnership with Denver Arts & Venues and the Denver Public Library, invites you to...
The Lookout

Found in the Rhizomic Field: How Serena Chopra Unearthed My Philosophy

September 10, 2019

By Summer Intern Herman Chavez Editor's Note: This is the fifth and final in a series of posts written by Lit Fest...

My faith has been restored...

November 16, 2007

After a stunningly disappointing series of misses on my Netflix queue (which had me questioning by what

And Kudos to Carleen

November 12, 2007

Check out workshopper/board member Carleen Brice's Publisher's Week

Provincetown, Some Monday

November 05, 2007

We're all young...

October 31, 2007

... compared to somebody! This just came in from Publisher's Lunch:

Hendy's report from the front

October 27, 2007

This post compliments of William Haywood Henderson, who braved d


October 25, 2007

maybe we'll try not blogging.

Our bad...

Film Fest Time Again

October 24, 2007

Let's admit it.  All writers wish they were rock stars (this was confirmed by someone, but I don't remember who), and


October 22, 2007

Who says we bring no news of the world?  For those seeking direction in their writing lives, a couple of interesting

Provincetown Day 20

October 20, 2007

I’ll begin this dispatch by listing a few fantastic things about Provincetown:

Lighthouse Writer Makes Good

October 19, 2007

Speaking of impossible things

October 16, 2007

and no, I don't just mean

We'll always have Fairplay...

October 16, 2007

Within mere minutes of alighting in Fairplay, we learned that if a writer is a duck (out of water?), a poet is a duck

The String (of) Corgis Incident

October 14, 2007

We just made it back from Fairplay...and we're a little freaked out by what appears to now be a

Timeliness is next to...

October 11, 2007

impossible for us.  Part of our problem is that Lighthouse is run by a bunch of (a) writers and (b) slackers.

Provincetown Day 10

October 11, 2007

Watch the karma, dude...

October 10, 2007

In the past I've gotten myself in trouble spouting off my unfiltered (often unreasoned) reactions to the daily paper.

Hope for the hopeless

October 07, 2007

Have you ever written thousands of pages of a novel, only to realize, with horror, that development-wise, you haven't

Provincetown, Day 4

October 05, 2007

One arrives in Provincetown having heard much about its strangeness: the colorful and clannish locals, the dreary win

Rockies rally, so we must blog...

October 04, 2007

In the tradition of all great superstitions, we have noticed a correlation between the Rockies' unlikely presence in

The Tobias Tapes, Part II

October 03, 2007

Here's where we get to the nitty gritty: How Tobias Wolff hears voices in his head; how mentorship and workshops "wor

First-Person Dudes

October 01, 2007

For some reason, I've been reading lots of books written by men, written in first-person and told by male characters.

We knew Gare when...

September 30, 2007