EVENTS

WRITING WORKSHOPS

Upcoming Events!

Woodland Pattern Book Center Reading with Mikey Cody Apollo / Milwaukee, Wisconsin/ February 24, 2022

Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference/ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 23-26, 2022

Get Lit! / Spokane, Washington / April 21-24, 2022

Lighthouse Reading Series with CSU Poetry Center / Cleveland, Ohio / TBD

Tobias Wray is a returning instructor for LiTFUSE - Poets UNiTE

LiTFUSE

SEPTEMBER 24-26, 2021 | TIETON, WASHINGTON

A Poets’ Workshop is an annual weekend long poets’ workshop held in Tieton, WA each fall. The event combines writing, exploration, improvisation, meditation, camaraderie and natural beauty to ignite your muse! The mission of LiTFUSE is to unite poets from all over the Northwest and beyond, to open us to fresh voices and inspiration, and to deepen community with our fellow poets and artists

Visit to Utah Valley University

OCTOBER 18, 2021

Excited to work with UVU students and be in community with those spectacular Salt Lake City-area poets! With thanks to Kara van de Graaf for coordinating these events.

Tobias Wray is a returning instructor for The McCall Arts & Humanities Council Cabin Fever Series

The McCall Arts & Humanities Council

SPRING 2021 Cabin Fever Series | McCALL, IDAHO

APRIL 10, 2021
“The Poetic Sentence”

FEBRUARY 13, 2021
“When We Memories Awaken: Poetry as Re-Vision”

Tobias Wray is a returning instructor for LiTFUSE - Poets UNiTE

LiTFUSE

SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2020 | TIETON, WASHINGTON

A Poets’ Workshop is an annual weekend long poets’ workshop held in Tieton, WA each fall. The event combines writing, exploration, improvisation, meditation, camaraderie and natural beauty to ignite your muse! The mission of LiTFUSE is to unite poets from all over the Northwest and beyond, to open us to fresh voices and inspiration, and to deepen community with our fellow poets and artists

Tobias Wray is a returning instructor for The McCall Arts & Humanities Council Cabin Fever Series

The McCall Arts & Humanities Council

FEBRUARY 22, 2020 | McCALL, IDAHO

Spring 2020 Cabin Fever Series
“What Poetry Knows: A Workshop for Writers”

Cabin Fever, an adult winter program, offers a variety of arts and humanities-based classes.

READINGS

The beautiful creative writing faculty at the University of Idaho hosts the local book launch for No Doubt I Will Return a Different Man, a reading with Moscow’s newly named poet laureate, Stacy Boe Miller. What an honor it was to be in community with the fine folks and exceptional talents at UI these past four years. Celebrating the book in this way feels so right. I am grateful to them and to Stacy for one more moment at the lectern before heading to a new home.

Tobias Wray is honored to read for The Arkansas International Issue 10 Virtual Launch

The Arkansas International:

Issue 10 Virtual Launch

APRIL 9-16, 2021 | INSTAGRAM LIVE @thearkint

To celebrate the launch of their 10th issue, The Arkansas International literary magazine will host a weeklong virtual reading series via Instagram Live. Contributors to issue 10 will read selections from their poetry, fiction, essays and translated works. 

Recent Events

Celebrating the Humanities at College of the Canyons / Claiming Your Voice: A Craft Conversation with Mary Angelino / Santa Clarita, California

LiTFUSE Faculty/Scholar Reading / Tieton, Washington

University of Idaho Creative Writing Faculty Sneak Peeks
Reading with Brian Blanchfield, Daniel Orozco,  Scott Slovic,
Alexandra Teague, Kim Barnes  & Michael McGriff
Moscow, Idaho / BookPeople

Flight of Writers
Reading in support of Fugue Literary Journal with Kim Barnes,
Henrietta Goodman, Annie Lampman, and Sayantani Dasgupta
Moscow, Idaho

POP-UP Prose / An irreverent, itinerant, experimental reading series founded in Moscow, Idaho in 2016.

Creative Crossroads
Reading with MFA graduate students and faculty
Moscow, Idaho

Book Launch for Bullets to Bells:
Poets & Citizens Respond to Gun Violence
BookPeople of Moscow

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival
Reading with Brenda Cárdenas, Franklin K. R. Cline,
& Freesia McKee
Green Bay, Wisconsin