THE WRITERS STUDIO – WATCH POETRY DAILY AND THE HARVARD REVIEW READINGS ON YOUTUBE & Writing Classes

THE WRITERS STUDIO – WATCH POETRY DAILY AND THE HARVARD REVIEW READINGS ON YOUTUBE & Writing Classes

“Celebrating 26 years of helping writers reach their potential”

>> WATCH POETRY DAILY AND THE HARVARD REVIEW READINGS ON YOUTUBE.  Sophie Cabot Black (whose new collection of poetry, The Exchange, is just out from Graywolf Press)Cathy Park HongMajor Jackson, James LasdunD. Nurkse, and Philip Schultz read as part of the Poetry Daily celebration on April 28 at PowerHouse Arena in Brooklyn. And if you missed our Harvard Review’s reading, featuring Katherine Vaz, Timothy Donnelly, Cate Marvin and André Aciman, last February at Le Poisson Rouge, you can also listen to it on The Writers Studio Channel.

>> “THE MORE I SAY I, THE MORE I ALWAYS MEAN SOMEBODY ELSE.” – Robert Frost

>> “THERE’S A MOMENT IN CLASS WHEN THE STUDENT REALLY GETS IT. A glimmer of recognition comes through as they finally realize that by utilizing the craft exercises they have been able to open up a door of sorts…In every exercise there is a value. We’re finding out who we are as writers. What techniques are going to unlock our imagination and ultimately free us in our writing.” WHITNEY PORTER. Whitney’s NYC Level I Class began Monday, MAY 20. You can still register up to two weeks late.  TO REGISTER. 

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NATIONAL BOOK AWARD-WINNING NOVELIST COLUM MCCANN TALKS WITH JOHN WRAY about his spellbinding new novel – TransAtlantic – to be released on June 4. Spanning 150 years, from 1845 to the present, 
TransAtlantic 
weaves the tales of four generations of women with moments in the lives of Frederick Douglass, early British aviators Jack Alcock and Teddy Brown, and former senator George Mitchell. John Wray is the author of the wonderful Lowboy, which we studied in craft class. 
Wednesday, June 5 (7:30 PM) Thalia Book Club at Symphony Space. For more info.

>> IGNITE YOUR IMAGINATION WITH A 10-WEEK WORKSHOP THIS SUMMER. Summer is one of the best time to jumpstart your writing as classes tend to be smaller and you get the maximum of personal attention. Join a peer group and learn the craft which will enable you to finish this story or poem you’ve started.

NYC LEVEL I, taught by Whitney Porter, begins Monday May 20 <2 spots remain>
NYC LEVEL I, taught by Therese Eiben, begins Tuesday, May 28

ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Michele Herman, begins Monday, June 3
ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Rachael Nevins, begins Tuesday, June 4

SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOP (Financial District), taught by Lorraine Babb, begins June 18
SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOP (Rockridge), taught by Gail Ford, begins June 12

TUSCON WORKSHOP, taught by Lela Scott MacNeil begins June 18

AMSTERDAM WORKSHOP, taught by Lynn Kolbe, begins May 22

COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | TO REGISTER. 

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