While our doors at 740 University Avenue are closed, you can stay connected with us and one another.
Your young writer will love getting creative on their own and with peers in workshops gently guided by expert teaching artists. Visit our website to see full lists of our drop-in, one-time, and multi-session workshop offerings for youth.
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April – June | 12:30 – 2 pm | Ages 13 – 17
With schools closed until next September, we have extended our Write on for Homeschoolers camp to a 10-week program. Students are encouraged to create and share work while receiving constructive suggestions for growth. Pull up a chair and join the class! Scholarships available.
You’re invited to share your favorite poems or a chapter from your favorite novel on our YouTube channel (PG and in the public domain only, please). With the audio feature of your mobile phone, simply make a 5-to-10 minute recording, then email email@example.com for information on sending us the file.
WAYS TO HELP
In closing our doors to the public, we’re doing our part to help flatten the COVID-19 curve. The health of our friends, community members, and staff is paramount. At the same time, this necessary decision imposes a financial hardship. You can help us meet payroll, keep our brilliant teaching artists employed, and deliver enriching virtual programs and opportunities. Acts to consider:
- Become a member or renew your membership today.
- Make an unrestricted tax-deductible donation.
- If you withdraw from a class, convert the balance of your fee to a donation: email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Donation.”
- Think of Ampersand, our indie bookstore, when you’re ready for your next read: we’re thrilled to order any book in print and deliver it to your door.
- Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and repost our news.
With gratitude and wishing you safe harbor,
Writers & Books Staff