Monthly Archives: January 2012

Parking and Construction

Just a note about some parking issues near the hotel. If you are staying at the convention hotel, parking is $15 a night. If you plan on parking on the street, Seattle is now charging for those spots during the day and will tow after 1:00 AM. Also, there is construction in progress across the street [...]

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Clarion West Winter One-Day Workshops

Clarion West is holding two Winter One-Day Workshops in Seattle. One, taught by the talented Richard Paul Russo is on Sunday, February 5. The other, taught by the fabulous by Kat Richardson, is on Sunday, March 4. The cost is $125 per session. Full-time students who participate will pay a discounted fee. Attendance is limited [...]

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Potlatch is on Facebook

Per request, Potlatch now has a Facebook feed as ‘Potlatch Convention’. We’ll be posting updates there and you can post to the Potlatch Wall to share your thoughts with other FB friends.

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Programming Questionnaires sent out

We sent out he Programming Questionnaires last night to all the Potlatch 21 members we have email addresses for. If you are a Potlatch 21 member and didn’t receive your questionnaire, please email programming (at sign here) potlatch-sf (dot here) org and let us know. If you are not a member, but do want to be [...]

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Winter 2012 Progress Report: The Countdown Begins

Less than two months to go and the clock is ticking! Are there things you haven’t done? If you haven’t purchased your membership yet, please go and do so soon! We are excited to let you know it is now possible to register online and pay for your membership with PayPal instead of sending in [...]

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What is Potlatch, Really?

Someone interested in the writer’s workshop, but unfamiliar with Potlatch was asking for more information about the events at Potlatch. I had to think it over, as the listing the events does not really capture the spirit of Potlatch. Instead, I wrote this: Potlatch is a small convention for writers and fans; it is a [...]

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