Thursday, January 5, 6-9 pm • Bona Fide HQ • Free

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Fight the power with a zine, print, or chapbook!

A zine is a one-page book of text and images that promotes self-expression and creativity. Zines are cost-effective, fun to make, and a great way to share your passions with others. A chapbook is a short booklet, suitable for longer texts or a collection of stories, poems, or micro-essays. Prints can be made from wood blocks or linoleum. Bring your ideas and we'll figure out the best medium. 

February 4, 10 am - 5 pm • Bona Fide HQ • $50


Join experienced letterpress printer Steve Robison in a fun, informative workshop. You’ll learn how to use a composing stick, set type, and print your own cards or broadsides. The class includes materials and open studio hours at Tahoe Letterpress to work on your projects.

Class size is limited; register at the link below.

MAKER’S MONDAYS • 6-9 pm • Bona Fide HQ • Free

Jan. 9: Mail Art (second Monday)
Create amazing correspondence using everyday items

Jan. 16: Print Club (third Monday)
Use woodblocks or linoleum to make cards, prints, and more

January 21, 28 (Saturdays) 12-4 pm
January 19, 26 (Thursdays) 4-8 pm
Work on your letterpress or print projects.


Tahoe Writers Works, Tuesdays, 6:30-9 pm

Tahoe Writers Works, an open workshop for writers of any genre, meets every other Tuesday, 6:30 pm, at Charter Advertising. Next meetings: January 3, 17, & 31.


South Lake Tahoe Library & Friends of the Library Events

Young Adult Writers' Meetup: Saturdays, January 7th and 21st, 3-4 pm: Working on a book, story or poem? Meet with fellow writers for an afternoon of socializing, discussion, and — of course — writing! Laptops available for use in the library. Snacks provided.

Kid's Nature Journal Club: Saturday, January 28th, 10 - 11:30 am: Do you love Lake Tahoe and the outdoors? Come learn skills for exploring the natural world around you and how to capture your adventures in a nature journal.  Some materials are provided, but bring a notebook and pen if you have them and make sure to dress for the weather—we’ll be going out exploring!

All events take place at the South Lake Tahoe Library at 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. Free and open to the public. Click here for complete offerings.

Sierra Nevada College Writers in the Woods
February 3-4 , SHAUN GRIFFIN

Reading: Friday, 7-9 pm, free and open to the public • Workshop: Saturday 10 am-noon, register here.


Shaun Griffin is author of Anthem for a Burnished Land, This is What the Desert Surrenders and Bathing in the River of Ashes, and editor of From Sorrow’s Well, a volume on the poet Hayden Carruth, among other works. Both his own work and the anthologies he edits are grounded in the West's cultures and landscapes.

A long-time resident of Virginia City, he has taught poetry workshops in the Northern Nevada Correctional Center and is co-founder of the Community Chest, a nonprofit agency serving children and families in Northwestern Nevada.

The Greater Tahoe-Reno Region


Truckee, Tangled Roots Writing For information on writing workshops and classes in Truckee, check out Karen Terrey's Tangled Roots Writing.

Literary Arts & Wine is a monthly reading series held the third Sunday of every month at 6:00 pm at Art Obsessions in Truckee, CA.


Writers Resist: The Biggest Little Protest Reading
1/15, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Holland Project, 140 Vesta Street, Reno, NV
WRITERS RESIST: Part of a nationwide movement by writers to reclaim democracy, The Biggest Little Protest Reading will include readings by local poets and writers, including a multi-participant reading of James Baldwin and an all-ages open mic session. The event is free to the public. Information about the national Writers Resist movement here.

Sundance Books
Check out the Sundance line up here.