EPIC Group's mission is to support those who create, communicate and connect through cultural and artistic endeavors, especially the literary arts. EPIC Group is an Associated Program of Shunpike nonprofit. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that fuels innovation in the arts by building productive partnerships, cultivating leadership and providing direct services to arts groups of all kinds. Contributions to EPIC Group are tax-deductible.
Edmonds Literary Series is presented in partnership with Edmonds Arts Commission, Edmonds Library, Friends of Edmonds Library, Swedish Hospital Art Committee, ArtsNow, and Edmonds Community College literary magazine, Between the Lines.
Visiting authors have included Lisa Costantino of "Maiden's Veil," Judith Works with "Coins in the Fountain," Pam Stucky with "Letters from Wishing Rock," Kim Votry of "My Own Magic," Emily Hill of "The Ghost Chaser's Daughter," Priscilla Long of "The Writer's Portable Mentor," Kizzie Jones of "How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog," and Jacqui Rogers of "Much Ado About Marshals."
Write on the Sound (WOTS) Writers' Conference in Edmonds, WA, is one of the premier conferences in the Pacific Northwest. Offered the first weekend in October each year, WOTS offers a unique and affordable opportunity for writers of all levels to build on their knowledge of the craft, learn about a new genre, and explore the writing industry. Its limited size makes the conference an intimate experience, perfect for sparking creativity, sharing ideas and networking with other writers. Join us in 2015 to help celebrate thirty successful years.Workshops on craft, marketing, publishing and specialty writing topics are available. Don't miss an opportunity to hear presentations by well-known speakers, have your manuscript reviewed by a critique expert or submit a short piece for the literary contest. You can also browse the on-site book shop and network with fellow writers and session presenters at a public meet-and-greet reception.
Sno-Isle Library (literary programs)