Teaching

Pam co-founded the literary nonprofit Writing By Writers, is professor of English at UC Davis, teaches at The Institute of American Indian Art’s Low-Rez MFA program, and at writer’s conferences around the world.

Upcoming Workshops:

May 16 – 20, 2018 – The Writing By Writers Methow Valley Workshop at Sun Mountain Lodge in the Cascade Mountains, Washington.

June 3 – 14, 2018 – The Writing By Writers Mont Blanc Workshop in Chamonix France with Andres Dubus III.

June 24 – 29, 2018 – Esalen Writers Camp, Esalen, California

July 8 – 14, 2018 – The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts

August 5 – 9, 2018 – The Catamaran Writers Conference at Pebble Beach, California.

September 16 – 20, 2018 – The Santa Fe Writer’s Lab, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

October 17 – 21, 2018 – The Writing By Writers Tomales Bay Workshop in Marshall, California.

November 9 – 12, 2018 – Writing By Writers Manuscript Book Camp at Granlibakken in Lake Tahoe.

Past Workshops
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17 thoughts on “Teaching

  1. Hi Pam,
    Dream? Greece

    Reality? Port Townsend.

    What dates will you be teaching in Washington?

    Thanks,
    Marianne Porter

  2. You apply directly through the conference website. If you google the name of the conference you want to apply to, it should take you through the steps. Hope to see you there! Pam

  3. I am a beginning writer – would the Port Townsend workshop be appropriate?
    Any workshops in the America’s like the one you are giving at La Serrania – Writing Between Life and Fiction?

  4. HI Pam,
    Congratulations on your new book! I loved it. Short, Sweet..
    So easy to be transported with you on all your adventures!
    When are you in Denver next? Miss the wrting group!
    xo
    Alexandra-

  5. Pam – Devastated I missed your Boulder book stop. Rarely go down on Pearl (too many tourists), so I didn’t see your flyer. Will you be teaching any Colorado workshops in foreseeable future? Have watched you grow through writing, and witnessed your amazing discoveries. Thank you for being a writer.

  6. Unfortunately, I cannot afford to attend the workshop. Is it possible to buy a separate ticket to Pam’s talk and book signing. I’m a former writer (25 years), so the workshops hold little interest for me. I just want the pleasure of listening to, and meeting Pam. If a separate ticket is not possible, then please let her know how much I enjoy her writing. Wish she could churn out even more, but I know these things take time. Dianne Cauble

  7. From: Still Devastated (Dianne Cauble) I used “devastated” in my first email to reflect your depiction of Boulder residents, where finding a pair of shoes in a watermelon shade evolves into a manic obsession. Because I can’t afford (and don’t really want to attend) the workshop, is there any way I can purchase a pass to attend your appearance? I’m not a stalker, just an over exuberant fan. What else would you expect from this place?

  8. Hi Dianne, I’m the director at the Creative Conferences. Oh, I’m struggling with this one. How do I be fair to the others who didn’t have this option? My inability to say “no” somehow always wins out. Be at the Grand Assembly at Chautauqua just prior to 4pm. Be inconspicuous (no coveted watermelon shoes) and slip me a 10-spot discretely once you find me 🙂

  9. Michelle – I’m forever grateful, and will blend right in. And, thanks for your inability to say “no.” In the past, I’ve only been this persistent about Mick Jagger, but I’m over that now. Thank god.

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