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Feb 20, 2017

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Fantastic Beasts

Register for both Fantastic Beasts and Superhero Hall of Fame, and save! $195 W&B Members/$225 General Public Use Code W17-YX02 to register for the two classes together. Use Code W17-YR53… View More »

Feb 21, 2017
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Introduction to Poetry: Session II

Take one session or both! The Introduction to Poetry class is primarily for beginners looking to write poetry, but will also focus on the wide range of poetry in the… View More »

Feb 22, 2017
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Advanced Fiction Online Workshop

If you have fiction-writing experience and want to sharpen your skills to create publishable short stories or novels, this course is for you. Each week we will review and practice… View More »

Events

Feb 20, 2017

Writers, Ink.: Young Professionals’ Writing Group 2/20

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 »

Feb 23, 2017

History Reading Salon – The Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy

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 »

Feb 25, 2017

Exploring the Healing Power of Personal Writing

Join us for an afternoon exploring the power of writing for personal growth and healing. We will have writing workshop breakout sessions, a panel on working with special populations, a… View More »

News

Schools of Poetry by Tom Fugalli

My first poetry teacher was Ms. Slaughter, whose name delighted our fourth-grade class. Without her, I wouldn’t have believed a classroom could be captivated by poetry, as opposed to being… View More »

Learning Concision and the Art of Self-Editing When Writing Poetry by Donna Marbach

Learning Concision and the Art of Self-Editing When Writing Poetry ` W,hen reading someone else’s poem, as writers , we generally know when that poem is really good. We can… View More »

Why Cartooning? by Danica Glamack

Creatively cartooning is a unique combination of words and doodles. I usually start with writing my punchline and then I doodle-sketch my single panel cartoon. Humor is the gift of… View More »