Tonight March 19, 2015 : Free Class
RSVP Here! Discover how we can help you achieve your writing goals. Our students publish, win awards, and join a life-long, supportive writing community. Registration is required. To learn more about the Writers Studio, including our upcoming spring class schedule, visit us at writerstudio.com.
TONIGHT, March 19th
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
3861 N. First Ave.
(south of Roger on west side of street, look for the red mailbox, parking behind the building)
Reneé Bibby, Janelle Drumwright, and Lela Scott MacNeil, Writers Studio teachers, will offer an introduction to The Writers Studio method. Learn about the elements of craft and receive a writing exercise to begin a story or a poem. A Writers Studio student will present an example of his or her work in response to the exercise.Beginners and advanced writers welcome!
Sign up now for Spring Classes:
Spring classes are filling up fast! Make sure you get your spot, sign up today:
Starting Saturday, March 28th, Spring Workshop, taught by Lela Scott MacNeil, Saturdays 10:00am-12:30pm, classes meet at 3861 N. 1st Ave, Tucson AZ 85719,SIGN UP NOW
Starting Thursday, April 2nd, Spring Workshop, taught by Reneé Bibby, Thursdays 6:30pm-9:00pm, classes meet at 3861 N. 1st Ave, Tucson AZ 85719, SIGN UP NOW
RENEÉ BIBBY is the assistant director of The Writers Studio Tucson and a fiction writer trained in The Writers Studio method. She graduated from Grinnell College. She has been published in Black & BLUE and Crack The Spine.
LELA SCOTT MACNEIL is a fiction writer trained in The Writers Studio method. Lela has a BFA in Screenwriting from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and is an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Arizona. She is the Sales Manager at the University of Arizona Press. Her work has been published in Gertrude and alongside Dennis Lehane in the Springsteen inspired Noir anthology Trouble in the Heartland.
And in case you don’t already know about us…
The Writers Studio, a 27-year-old writing school founded in New York City by Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Schultz, began its first highly successful 10-week creative writing workshop in Tucson in June 2005. Since then, The Writers Studio Tucson has grown, offering three levels of classes, and helping students get published and achieve their writing goals. Attend a free introductory class and learn about The Writers Studio’s unique, craft-oriented method, which for the last ten years has helped advanced and novice Tucson writers realize their full creative potential. More at www.writerstudio.com.