The Writers Studio- BE CONNECTED. To the emotional truth of your writing. To a community of writing peers.

The Writers Studio-  BE CONNECTED. To the emotional truth of your writing. To a community of writing peers. 

FALL SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 19. Founded 27 years ago by a Pulitzer Prize winner, The Writers Studio has developed a method which, unlike any other program, emphasizes technique and emotional connection. Whether you are a beginning writer looking for a nurturing environment, or an experienced author looking for strong technical guidance and professional criticism, we can help.  Get a full preview of our Fall Schedule. If you’re not sure which class to join, or have questions, give us a call at (212) 255-7075. 
 
>> LATEST PUBLICATIONS NEWS FROM OUR STUDENTS: Our students have kept busy this summer and we are happy to announce a few new publications.

Jay Kidd’s 
poem, “Runaway Dorothy Was the Name of the Band,” has won Ruminate Magazine‘s McCabe Prize and will be published in their fall issue. Jay is a student in the Writers Studio’s Master Class. 

Kim Malinowki’s fanfiction work, “Tears,” has been awarded an honorable mention from CrossedSabers Reviews’ Feel the Force Awards and has been turned into an audio file complete with lightsaber sounds. Kim is a student in Liz Kingsley’s Online Level II. Lorien House‘s poem, “Kiswick Street After Sandy,” was accepted at Pirene’s Fountain, A Journal of Poetry. Lorien is a student in Lisa Bellamy’s Online Advanced Poetry class, and her poem came from a Gerald Stern exercise. Read more success stories.

>> FALL SCHEDULE FOR NEW YORK CITY, SAN FRANCISCO, TUCSON, AMSTERDAM, AND ONLINE:

NYC WORKSHOPS IN FICTION AND POETRY begin September 30
ONLINE WORKSHOPS IN FICTION AND POETRY begin September 25
SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOPS IN FICTION AND POETRY begin October 7
TUCSON WORKSHOPS IN FICTION AND POETRY begin October 1
AMSTERDAM WORKSHOPS IN FICTION AND POETRY begin September 16
CRAFT CLASS begins October 1

** Click here for a complete schedule of classes

>> “The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something. Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want it badly enough. They’re there to stop the other people.” Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

www.writerstudio.com / 212-255-7075 / TWITTER / FACEBOOK / question@writerstudio.com

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