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Feb 27, 2018
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Making People Talk: Taking Your Dialogue to the Next Level

“Think of what you skip reading a novel: thick paragraphs of prose you can see have too many words in them…I’ll bet you don’t skip dialogue.” —Elmore Leonard Perhaps because… View More »

Mar 03, 2018
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Poisoned Apple: Dark Folklore Workshop

“Once upon a time…” These words always result in happy endings, or do they? What about the Wicked Queen or the Dragon? What becomes of them? This class will explore… View More »

Mar 05, 2018
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Fiction, But Were Afraid to Ask

Dialogue, plot, character, imagery, symbolism, rhetorical devices, (almost) everything that might go into a work of fiction – novel, short story, epic poem, play, screenplay – will be covered. If you… View More »

Events

Feb 25, 2018

Read Local: Tony Leuzzi and Sean Thomas Dougherty

Like the local food movement, Read Local is a program that seeks to get readers to enjoy books grown right in their own back yard. It is a book club… View More »

Feb 25, 2018

Read Local: Tony Leuzzi

Like the local food movement, Read Local is a program that seeks to get readers to enjoy books grown right in their own back yard. It is a book club… View More »

Feb 26, 2018

Last Mondays Open Mic Comedy: February 26

Join us for the “Last Mondays” Stand-up Comedy Open Mic in our wonderful performance space! Anyone interested gets 5 to 7 minutes of stage time. Come to perform or just… View More »

News

“Tiny Spaces” by Sarah Freligh

I’ve lived in a variety of apartments during my adult life, but my favorite space would have to be the studio apartment I rented when I moved to Rochester in… View More »

Now Hiring: Development Manager Position

Position: Development Manager   Description of Responsibilities: JOB SUMMARY: The Development Manager is responsible for identifying and developing relationships with prospective donors, maintaining accurate donor records, and implementing programs to… View More »

“Make Believe” by Sara Bickweat Penner

From my earliest memories I loved playing “make believe.” By six years old, my friends and I would spend hours in the basement with a sheet draped over the pipe… View More »