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Apr 26, 2017
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Blogging 201

Are you a blogger and you want to build traffic and reap more rewards from your blog? Jane Sutter, owner of Sutter Communications, and an experienced blogger, book author and… View More »

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Fiction Tool Kit

Whatever kind of stories you aspire to tell—whether from life experience or imagination, whether short or novel length, realistic or fantastical, for children or adults—you’ll want to discover the tools… View More »

Apr 26, 2017
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Intermediate Memoir

This class is for those who have already started exploring their personal essays. Students will engage in an ongoing discussion of craft and technique, and work on the polishing and… View More »

Events

Apr 27, 2017

Poem in Your Pocket 2017

On Poem in Your Pocket Day, people throughout the United States select a poem, carry it with them, and share it with others throughout the day. Come to Writers &… View More »

Apr 27, 2017

History Reading Salon: The History of Money

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 »

Apr 29, 2017

Poetry, Potluck, & Pinot 2017

Join us for readings by poets and members of the Writers & Books community. Each hour of this poetic celebration will include four poets who will read original poems in… View More »

News

Reporter Gary Craig’s new book “Seven Million”

Craig will be giving a reading at Writers & Books on Thursday, May 18, at 7:00 PM. More information on that here.   PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Reporter Gary… View More »

Write. Harp. Wine. Howl. A blog about the upcoming Mother Wolf Writing Retreat by Christine Green

As I write this post I can hear rock music drifting from the kitchen. My twelve-year-old son is a beep-beep-beeping to some game on his phone. The dog is sniffing… 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 »