Coming events at WriterHouse

Cover of "A Blessing On The Moon"

Cover of A Blessing On The Moon

Coming soon to WriterHouse:

SEMINAR: WRITING FOR THE EDUCATION MARKET, SATURDAY, JAN 22 FROM 9AM-1PM

Are you a teacher or do you have experience with some aspect of education such as curriculum development, technical support, administration, counseling, sports, or building management? Magazines such as School Administrator and Media & Methods need articles from practitioners like you. And they pay! Join Charles Shields to find out how you can turn your experience into articles that education magazines want in this half-day seminar. The cost is $55 for members ($60 for non-members) and you can register on our website.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: IS IT MAGIC OR MAGICAL REALISM? FEB 3 AT 7PM

Join novelist Joseph Skibell for a discussion on about populating fiction with angels and dybbuks at WriterHouse on Thursday, February 3 at 7:00pm. Skibell is the author of A Blessing on the Moon, The English Disease and A Curable Romantic. He is an associate professor in the Creative Writing Program at Emory University in Atlanta and director of the school’s Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature. This event is open to the public.

COACHING SESSIONS WITH BARBARA NORDIN

Interested in working with an experienced writing coach in an informal group session? Members will set weekly writing goals, discuss each week’s progress, and be supported with techniques for consistent and productive writing. Sessions with Barbara will be available at the rate of $60 for a four-session punch card ($75 for non-members). You may attend any sessions you choose. The one-hour sessions will be held at WriterHouse on Monday evenings at 5:30. Cards will be available for purchase at WriterHouse during open hours and public events. Call WriterHouse at (434) 296-1922 or email us at classes@writerhouse.org for more information.

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