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The 24th annual, Jackson Hole community-wide fundraiser, Old Bill’s Fun Run, is here. Please help Jackson Hole Writers continue to thrive in these changing times by donating today.
This spring, the need to cancel our live conference afforded Jackson Hole Writers the opportunity to create new ways of bringing our work to you. With over 500 attendees of our online programs this summer, we feel excited about our future. Your donation to Jackson Hole Writers during Old Bill’s Fun Run will help us continue to support and expand the literary community Jackson, Wyoming by providing unique educational programming, professional training, and creative impetus to writers.
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WYOMING ARTS COUNCIL FICTION FELLOWSHIP WINNER, ERIN RAE JONES, READS AT OUR ONLINE READING AND OPEN MIC ON JUNE 18th.

Check out the virtual tour of our exhibition, “A Poetry Apothecary,” curated by JH Writers Assistant Director Matt Daly. Along with the tour, see Betsy Bernfeld’s “Loss of Home” and Jenny Dowd and Matt Daly’s “Sticky Situations.”

Start with the July 23rd livestream reading by local medical professionals of poems they might “prescribe as a remedy.”

“Loss of Home” by Betsy Bernfeld
“Sticky Situations” by Jenny Dowd and Matt Daly

Jackson Hole Writers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports and expands the literary community Jackson, Wyoming by providing unique educational programming, professional training, and creative impetus to writers.

Whether you’re an aspiring writer, an established professional, or simply an aficionado of great stories, we hope you’ll join us and celebrate… for the love of writing!

We have received grants from Arts for All (administered by Center for Wonder), from Teton County Library, from the Wyoming Arts Council, and from the Wyoming Humanities Council’s ThinkWY for specific workshops, and from Center for Wonder’s C3 grant program for workshops, and for the conference. We also have on-going partnerships and collaboration efforts with Teton County Library, Off Square Theatre Company, and Teton Literacy Center. Watch for those events on these pages.