For nine years, I’ve been a WITS Teaching Artist (Writers-in-the-Schools). This blog post, available in full at the Seattle Arts & Lectures website, details my residency at Blue Heron School in Port Townsend, WA. If you’re interested in ... Read More
Join me this Friday night, November 13, 2015 at 7:30pm at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center. I’ll be giving a free reading alongside poet Roberto Ascalon. It will be a short, hour-long program to send you out into your ... Read More
This week I contributed the writing prompt to the magazine Rookie. Learn more about slipstream and then follow the prompt to write your own piece.
Greetings, Rookies! I’m Karen Finneyfrock, and I write poetry, YA novels, and short stories. Here ... Read More
I will act as curator for the 2016 Jack Straw Writers Program.
The Jack Straw Writers Program was created in 1997 to introduce local writers to the medium of recorded audio, to develop their presentation skills for both live and ... Read More
Thanks to a grant from 4Culture, I’ll be giving a reading of new work at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center on Friday, November 13 at 7:30 along with Roberto Ascalon.
I’ll be reading from my third YA novel, a ... Read More
I have BLOG SHAME. It’s been sitting at the bottom of my To Do list all summer, hoping for a rainy day or for me to be trapped in an airport. But how can the blog compete with sun, summer ... Read More
This February and March I’m teaching a class for adult writers at Hugo House. There are still a few seats left. Join me!
Building Your Young Adult Novel
The Icelandic translation of my short story, Before We Go Quiet, is here.
November 29 was the second annual Indie’s First bookstore event. An idea hatched by Sherman Alexie and Janis Segress from Seattle’s Queen Anne Book Company, Indie’s First is a day when authors get ... Read More