Portland State University’s Master’s program in Publishing is excited to announce its next public lecture offered in conjunction with Ooligan Press:
Transmit Culture: Literary Magazines and a New Era in Publishing
University Pointe Building, Room 102
1955 SW 5th Ave | Portland, OR
This event is free and open to the public (suggested donation of $5-$10).
Learn about some of Portland’s most highly regarded literary magazines and how these publications are responding to the transformations taking place in publishing today.
Panelists include Cheston Knapp, managing editor of Tin House magazine and executive director of the Tin House Summer Writers’ Workshop; Carrie Seitzinger, co-founding publisher and editor of Nailed Magazine and co-editor and publisher of Small Doggies Press; and Zachary Schomburg, co-founder of Octopus Magazine and Octopus Books.
Transmit Culture: A Series of Conversations about Publishing is hosted by the Master’s program in Publishing at Portland State University and Ooligan Press, a nonprofit trade publishing house staffed by students in the graduate program. The lecture series features professionals from all areas of the publishing industry. Lectures are free and open to the public, with a suggested donation of $5–10.
For more information about the Transmit Culture lecture series, Portland State University’s Master’s program in Publishing, and Ooligan Press, visit www.ooligan.pdx.edu.