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3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, USA

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Get inspired by the power of voice with Portland-based author Emilly Prado!

In this talk, Emilly delves into the creation process for her award-winning book, Funeral for Flaca, which debuted as a handmade chapbook before it was published and expanded by the press, Future Tense Books. She’ll share the various stages of the process including writing, research, revision, and artistic collaborations, as well as the importance of self-advocacy and intersectionality in publishing, particularly for writers of marginalized identities. Plus, hear Emilly give a reading from her book, have some snacks, and get inspired for the upcoming Reed Zine Fest in March 2024! Follow the Reed Zine Library on Instagram @reedzinelibrary

Learn more at www.emillyprado.com or follow Emilly on social media @emillygprado. This event is part of a series of zine and arts programs generously funded by the President's Office, the Office of the Dean of Faculty, the Office of Institutional Diversity, the Cooley Gallery, the Office of Student Engagement, the Student Life Office, and the Library.

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