THE WRITERS STUDIO- Writing Courses & Call for Submissions Scriblerus Press Essays & See THESE HALCYON DAYS
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>> “A WRITER’S JOB IS TO IMAGINE EVERYTHING SO PERSONALLY that the fiction is as vivid as memories.” (John Irving)
>>TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE $40 DISCOUNT OFF ANY LEVEL I OR INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP. Discount only valid for first time students and when registering for class (no credit given afterwards). Use referral code: 13pen20 when registering. The offer expires May 21, 2013. Classes begin next week and space is limited.
> ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Anamyn Turowski, begins Wednesday, May 15 <2 spots remain>
> ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Michele Herman, begins Monday, June 3
> NYC LEVEL I, taught by Whitney Porter, begins Monday May 20
> NYC LEVEL I, taught by Elliot Satsky, begins Monday, May 20
COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | TO REGISTER.
>> STUDENTS AND ALUMNI PUBLISH:
* Maureen “Rini” McNulty‘s short piece, ”Cold,” will be included in the June edition of Isotropic Fiction (sold through Amazon). Rini is an Online Level III student and she began the exercise in Michelle Herman’s Level I class.
* Leslie Morris‘ “Fieldwork IV” will be in Hayden’s Ferry’s Review (issue 53) this fall, and her “Fieldwork II” will appear in the next issue of Border Crossing. Leslie Morris is a student in Online Advanced Poetry.
* Writers Studio’s alumn, Sean Miller, has a new book, Strung Together: The Cultural Currency of String Theory as a Scientific Imaginary now available from the University of Michigan Press.
>> CALL FOR SUBMISSION: Scriblerus Press, a small independent press in Portland, Oregon, is looking for creative essays on culture and the TV show, The Big Bang Theory. Submission deadline: August 1, 2013. http://scribleruspress.com
>> HEAR CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE READ AND DISCUSS HER NEW NOVELAMERICANAH at Symphony Spaces Thalia Book Club on Monday, May 20 (7:30 pm). Americanah, by the author of the critically acclaimed Half of a Yellow Sun and Purple Hibiscus, is a story of love and race centered around a young man and woman from Nigeria facing challenges in the countries they come to call home. More Info
>> SPECIAL OFFER: U.S. PREMIERE of the IRISH TIMES-NOMINATED BEST NEW PLAY (2012) THESE HALCYON DAYS by NYT Critic’s Pick playwright Deirdre Kinahan. Infused with wry humor and humanity, the play is a funny, touching, life-affirming play about facing our fears and bucking against despair, and features two of Ireland’s leading actors, Stephen Brennan and Anita Reeves. MAY 7-JUNE 2, 2013. Use code WritersStudio and get 2 tickets for the price of 1 ($35) on May 7-11 preview performances, and code FRIENDSOFIRISHARTSCENTER to receive the IAC member rate of $28 on May 12-June 2 shows, while supplies last. Tickets and More Information
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