Read Everything. Write Better. Craft Class Starts. The Spring term starts tonight. This term features work by Lucia Berlin, Ada Limon, Nick Flynn, and others. We also welcome guest writers Robin Black and Mark Wunderlick to talk about their technique.
Use “referral code” NYC2016 to get a $45 discount on an NYC Level I class for a limited time. Discount must be taken at time of registration. Register now.
You may also register a loved or liked one for a workshop as a thoughtful gift, and take the class together.
Would You Like to Publish?
Epiphany Magazine Spring ContestSubmissions accepted until February 15. Categories: Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction, and Best Fiction Under 30
Publish and Win Cash Awards. More info Here
Save The Dates for NYC Readings
* Sunday, February 21 @ KGB
* Saturday, March 19 @ Greenwich House
* Friday, April 15 @ The Strand Bookstore
Join us for inspiring evenings of wonderful, talented writers, meet your future teachers and colleagues, and experience a unique writers community. Details here.
Learn to Teach Dyslexic Students Using Our Unique Method
Teacher training class starts February 22 and meets Online for eights weeks.Details are here. Let Writers Studio teacher Rebecca Gee instruct you to inspire creative writing magic in your students and free them to access and reveal their private worlds through their writing. Home schooling parents are welcome.
Awards and Publications by Teachers and Students
Taije Silverman’spoem “Grief” has just been selected for inclusion in Best American Poetry 2016. It originally appeared in The Massachusetts Review. Her poem “Spiritual Evaluation” just won the Anne Halley Prize from The Massachusetts Review and is nominated for a Pushcart Prize.Houses are Fields, her debut poetry collection, was published in 2009. Taije is a former student at The Writers Studio.
Eleanor Kedney’s poem “An Important Poem” appears in Cutthroat’s online Issue 19. Eleanor is a former teacher at The Writers Studio.
Alison Carb Sussman’s poem “Hockey Game” was accepted by The Atlantic Review and will be published in their Fall 2016 issue. She wrote the poem in Lisa Bellamy’s Advanced Poetry class.
Lisa Bellamy’s poems “Bark Eater” and “My Addict is Like an Otter Again” was recently accepted by Blueline and will be published in the Spring 2016 issue. Lisa Bellamy teaches Advanced Poetry in NYC and Online Advanced Poetry.
If you are an experienced poetin the NYC area, write to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a spot in her Advanced Poetry class. If you are an experienced poet anywhere on the planet who uses a computer, write to email@example.com to apply for a spot in Online Intermediate Poetry. Then Rachael will move you on to Lisa’s Online class when you are ready.
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