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OT at LTS!


Oceanic Tongues is running a workshop at the annual Listen To The Silence conference. We’ll be going on from 3:30 – 4:45 in Cubberley room 208.

Come stop by and check out what we’ve got planned, or just drop in briefly and show your support! See forwarded message and flyer below for details about the larger conference.

See you there,


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hey all, happy new years!

OT is starting again, next Tuesday, January 13th! an LTS conference workshop and a guest speaker from the English department are among the events planned for this quarter. hope to see you at our meetings! 6:30pm, Margaret Jacks Rm 429.


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Just a reminder that OT will be holding the first of its bi-weekly workshop sessions tonight, at 6:30 PM in Margaret Jacks (Bldg. 460), rm. 429.

Please bring 2-3 copies of a draft on which you’d like to receive peer feedback. 🙂


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Thanks very much to the awesome actors from the Asian American Theatre Project who came out to help us read-through and workshop our scenes this past Tuesday. We had a blast, and we would love to see you guys at our final reading if you can make it (the group loved you guys; there were many murmurs of “can we please have the actors read our scripts for us at the reading?”)

In other news, we have just finished electing our new officers for the 2008-2009 school year. This coming week, the new board will begin the process of transitioning into their new roles. They are:

Henry Leung, President
Ben-Zhen Sung, Vice President
Atha Fong, Financial Officer
[Calendar Administrator, still TBA].

Congratulations, guys!

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2/26 Workshop

This week we’ll be doing actual feedback in hopes of preparing for our final reading on March 14th at 8 pm. We’ll also be going over some logistics, including working towards a finalized constitution.

Please join us in the 3rd floor lounge of Margaret Jacks (Bldg. 460) at 6:30 pm, armed with the following:

1) 2-3 copies of work you’d like read and workshopped

2) [if a participant in the previous draft exchange] comments you’ve made on other writers’ work.

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