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Candice Favilla

Literature and Writing Teacher

Southwestern Oregon Community College

HQ Phone:  (541) 888-2525

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Southwestern Oregon Community College

1988 Newmark Ave

Coos Bay, Oregon,97420

United States

Company Description

Southwestern Oregon Community College was founded in 1961 and is the only public, post-secondary institution in its region. With almost 12,000 students annually, the institution offers two-year transfer programs, one and two-year career and technical programs,...more

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Lane Literary Guild » Windfall Reading Series: 2004

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October 2004: Rachel Cline & Candice Favilla
Rachel Cline & Candice Favilla On October 19, Windfall brings Rachel Cline and Candice Favilla to Eugene to share their work. Candice Favilla was born in Chico, California and grew up in an almond-farming family. The first in her immediate family to graduate from high school, Favilla studied at California State University in Chico and then earned a Ph.D. in creative writing from the University of Denver. Favilla writes discursive, lyrical, and prose poems. She also writes short stories and flash fiction. Her work expresses both outrage and intellect, bristling with passion and concern for the working poor, the old, and a world whose resources are pillaged to satisfy the "have mores. The University of Georgia published her book of poems, Cups, for its Contemporary Poetry Series Competition in 1992. Other publications include The New Republic, The Los Angeles Times Book Review, Denver Quarterly, and The West Wind Review. Favilla lives in Bandon-by-the-Bay, Oregon, and teaches literature and writing at Southwestern Oregon Community College. She's working on a manuscript of short stories, and her new book of poems, Things That Ease Despair, was just chosen as the winner of the Custom Words Poetry Prize contest and will be published in May 2005. On October 19, Windfall brings Rachel Cline and Candice Favilla to Eugene to share their work.


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Southwestern Oregon Community College instructor and a renowned writer Candice Favilla will be sharing her creative writing knowledge.Favilla is an award-winning writer specializing in fiction and poetry.One of her short stories received the Walt Morley Fiction Award, offered by the Oregon Literary Arts.Another won the Red Hen Press Fiction Award and was published in the Los Angeles Review.She has published two collections of poetry, including Cups, which won the Contemporary Poetry Series and was published by Georgia UP.Favilla's other poetry collection, Things that Ease Despair, won the CustomWords Poetry Prize and was published by CustomWords last summer."The short story is one of the most exciting and inventive literary forms, as both an international genre and as an American art form," Favilla said.


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Candice Favilla and Cecelia Hagen read from their poetry. Favilla teaches literature and creative writing at Southwestern Oregon Community College, and is the author of Things that Ease Despair, which won the CustomWords Prize in 2004.Her previous book, Cups, won the Contemporary Poetry Series Competition in 1991, and was published by the University of Georgia Press.


Lane Literary Guild » Windfall Reading Series: 2008

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October 2008: Tom Crawford and Candice Favilla
Tom Crawford and Candice Favilla will read The October 21 Windfall features Tom Crawford and Candice Favilla — two poets who have well-earned reputations as both soulful and skillful writers. Candice Favilla was born in Chico, California. She studied at California State University in Chico and then earned a Ph.D. in creative writing from the University of Denver. Favilla writes discursive, lyrical, and prose poems as well as short stories and flash fiction. Her work expresses both outrage and intellect, bristling with passion and concern for the working poor, the old, and a world whose resources are pillaged to satisfy insatiable appetites. The University of Georgia published her book of poems, Cups, in 1992. Her fiction won the Red Hen Press Award and was published in the Los Angeles Review in 2004. That same year, she won a fiction fellowship from Literary Arts in Oregon.


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