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Aug 21, 2017

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Find a Mystery

JY17-F43 There’s something mysterious about Writers & Books. Was the building designed by a man who talked to ghosts? Where does the staircase go and what’s with the little door… View More »

Aug 21, 2017

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Poetry Doodles

JY17-P16 Do you like to doodle? Do you love to play with words? Come create your own fabulous, colorful drawings! Learn to play with words through poetic devices like alliteration… View More »

Aug 21, 2017

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Word Play Workshop

JY17-L02 All work and no play makes for a dull writer. Come stretch your language brain in the Word Play Workshop. We will uncover magic in words, learn to write… View More »


Aug 21, 2017

Writers, Ink.: Young Professionals’ Writing Group

Are you struggling to fit into your young professional life? Did you just graduate from college, or does it sometimes feel like you’re too busy to be creative? Do you… View More »

Aug 21, 2017

Writers & Books Night at Frontier Field

  THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED   Walk the field, then enjoy a Rochester Red Wings / Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders game… AND support Writers & Books!   Families can walk the… View More »

Aug 24, 2017

History Reading Salon: A Perfect Storm, USA 1916-1920

Join Writers & Books’ history buffs as they explore the big issues and personalities of history. We do not choose particular books, only subjects. You can read any book or… View More »


Evening receptionist position open

We are looking for an evening receptionist for 10-15 hours a week   The Front Desk Receptionist is responsible for being the primary initial contact with Writers & Books, answering… View More »

“Treasured Fragments of a Truly Free Woman!” by Almeta Whitis

“Once more, we will charge the air with our voices, dance, drum, sing, write and ruminate, hold creative sacred space and commune with like-minded women. Is this workshop to your… View More »

Memoir is not an autobiography by Renee Schuls-Jacobson

BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE MEMOIR People who love to write generally have strong emotional associations with certain words. For example, I love the word “emphatic.” It reminds me of the way… View More »