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Young writers become more powerful when they are armed with a “toolbox” of strategies. We want every student to become an author. Maybe it won’t be the next great novel, but for sure your student will write with more confidence, success, and ease when they are faced with a blank piece of paper. No homework; all work is done in class. So, imagine a writing class where the most important focus is...
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The new issue of Poet Lore has arrived! It includes a portfolio of work by poet Abdul Ali introduced by Grace Cavalieri, an essay and reviews of seven books, and new work by D.Nurkse, Jill Leininger, Jo Brachman, Carl Phillips, and many more. Order your copy today! The Writer's Center is a literary hub offering a supportive community to writers through workshops, readings, outreach, and special...
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The Writer's Workshop teaches Seattle, travel and online writing classes. Take a look at our classes and sign up today. Writing classes can help you put down what really happened with detail, deftness and precision. A good writing class provides the encouragement, skillful guidance, and sound,...
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Kristy Webster is the author of The Gift of an Imaginary Girl: Coco & Other Stories published in 2015 by A Word with You Press. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University and her Bachelor's Degree from the Evergreen State College where she majored in creative writing,...
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The KL Writers Workshop is directed by noted Malaysian writer, poet, educator and festival director Bernice Chauly. Born in George Town, Penang to Chinese and Punjabi teachers, Chauly studied Education, TESL and English Literature in Canada as a government scholar and has taught creative writing...
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The TCRWP has developed a collection of free videos that provide grade-specific mini-courses that will provide support for teachers who are implementing Units of Study for Reading, K-5 and Units of Study for Writing, K-8. We thought about the most important advice we can give you at this critical moment. You'll be given a fast-paced overview of the sequence of units for your grade level,...
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AllWriters’ Workplace & Workshop, LLC is an international creative writing studio located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. AllWriters’ offers online and on-site classes in all genres and abilities of creative writing, as well as coaching and editing services. All of our instructors are professional writers, meaning that they are currently publishing in their field. By publishing, we mean traditional...
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Reading and writing clinic for youngsters and adults. Offers complete diagnostic testing and individual tutoring using a mental training approach -- the Gilbert Method. Using a cognitive training approach developed by Workshop director, Shandel Gilbert, Ph.D., we improve the language skills of a wide range of students, from first graders to grandmas. We help remedial students to become able...
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Sheriff, outlaw, iconoclast, patron saint, courtesan, dowager, troubadour. Fester has a bee in his bonnet (please never tell him he has no bonnet). Also, he's given to aphorisms. Ten, March. Fester says: I didn't say it was, and I didn't say it wasn't. Eleven, March. Fester says: Stone idols have clay feet. Twelve,... The genius architect behind our new webpage is a beautiful poet as well,...
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You’re never just a face in a crowd at Writers.com. Small groups keep our classes lively and intimate. Each class provides written lectures, projects and assignments, and discussion forums where you'll share your work with the instructor and the other students. Best of all, a teacher offers insights on every project you submit. These critiques help identify the patterns that can plague even the...
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What I see: “Listen to this!” one says. They sit on the grass in pairs, the listener leans forward, as eager as the reader. What I hear: silence of writing, pen on paper (or fingers on keyboard) in a room whose air is electric; pause to think and re-think; draft after draft. What I remember: a letter from a parent, afterward--“She’s flying!” YWW is a moment out of time, the past re-discovered...
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Most likely, anyone coming to this site has the writing bug, either actively writing (yay!) or thinking about doing so (yay to you, too!). After all, the site is called the Burlington Writers Workshop. But there is a hidden word in its title. One that should go without saying. So, of course, I’m going to say it and talk about it. Though before I do, can you guess what it is? Actually it’s two...
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The Horror Writer’s Workshop, Transylvania is an opportunity for you to reawaken your writer’s soul. Join us! Besides writing fiction and publishing translations, Evenson has worked extensively in the classroom transferring his knowledge and skills through his teaching. For over a decade, his work and dedication at Brown University distinguished him as Royce Professor of Teaching Excellence....
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Harry Hall’s book, The Pedestriennes, America’s Forgotten Superstars, ($20 Dog Ear Publishing) has picked up a third major writing award, as it won an Honorable Mention in the Life Stories category for the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards. Hall’s prizes include promotion at WritersDigest.com and $50 worth of Writer’s Digest Books. Previously, The Pedestriennes manuscript won a prize...
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Workshops are limited to writers 18 and over. If you are interested in a workshop that is marked FILLED please call the office to discuss an alternative or a possible second section. Having a weekly deadline in which to share your work in a supportive, enthusiastic setting gets you writing. You enrich your writing by sharing your work with other serious writers like yourself. Register Now:...
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After a fall spent revising countless almosts, Jane Elkin received news during the first week of 2016 of pending publication for three favorite pieces rejected by 20-30 journals -- proof positive you should never lose faith in a good story or poem. Look for her recent fiction, memoir and poetry in The Delmarva Review, Verse-Virtual, The Round Up, ZoMagazine Poetry Expose, The Lost Country, Blue...
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Upcoming courses include: 8-Week: Your First 25 Pages with Rachel Weaver 4-Week: Writing the Rhyming Picture Book with Denise Vega 8-Week: Advanced Memoir and Narrative Nonfiction with John Cotter 4-Week: What's at Stake Here. "[Lighthouse has] created a beautiful community and all I can think, back here in my studio in Brooklyn, is how lucky Denver is to have you. @Lighthouse 1st Floor and...
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Two Truths and a Lie: Writing Memoir and Autobiographical Fiction Six Mondays January 18, 2016 - February 22, 2016 7PM-9PM $375 General / $350 Members Writing from life can be a tricky business. There are people to protect, faulty memories of events, and the pitfalls of self-censorship. In this workshop, we will employ techniques of poetry and fiction to create works of Memoir and...
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Suzanne Van Dam is an Associate Professor of Language & Literature at Finlandia University where she teaches English and creative writing. She earned both a B.A. and an M.A. in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an M.F.A. from the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast Creative Writing Program. Van Dam has lived abroad in Tanzania, Malaysia, and Mexico, and has...
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Lynda Bouchard is giving an instructional webinar on January 23rd. In this fast paced hour Lynda Bouchard will help writers navigate the turbulent and ever-changing world of publishing and share proven tips on how to create awareness for you and your book. Lynda’s real world, insider knowledge of what really works when marketing your book will change the way you think and set you up for...
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