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Writers Studio News November 4- The essential mystery of being human & Writing Courses
>> “THE ESSENTIAL MYSTERY OF BEING HUMAN IS ALWAYS GOING TO ENGAGE AND COMPEL US … POETRY USES WORDS TO PUT US IN TOUCH WITH THAT MYSTERY. WE’RE ALWAYS GOING TO NEED IT.” –Edward Hirsch, award-winning poet and president of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, will visit the Writers Studio craft class on Tuesday, November 11 to speak about his book-length poem, Gabriel. If you register now for craft class now, you can attend this class and download podcasts of all nine classes.
>> REGISTER NOW FOR NYC LEVEL I WHICH BEGINS MONDAY NOVEMBER 10. This is the only workshop beginning this month, don’t miss this opportunity to study with Elliot Satsky, and benefit from his warm and supportive teaching style. Register here.
>> CHECK OUT THE WRITERS STUDIO CLASSES FOR 2015. A calendar of classes in NYC, Tucson, San Francisco, Amsterdam, and Online can be found here.
>> MORE PUBLICATION NEWS: Jennifer Kearn’s chapbook “The Hungry Gap” was selected to be published by Toadlily Press as part of their Quartet Series called “A Good Wall.” Each Quarter Series from Toadlily Press presents four exceptional poets in a single volume. Jennifer is a student in Peter Krass’s Online Intermediate Poetry Workshop. Peter’s next Online workshop start January 7, 2015. Apply for a spot by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Writers Studio- Kudos, survey, and summer workshops
May 15, 2012
“Celebrating 25 years of helping writers reach their potential”
CONGRATULATIONS TO JILL BIALOSKY, EDWARD HIRSCH, JULIE OTSUKA (FORMER WRITERS STUDIO STUDENT), AND JEAN VALENTINE FOR A MOVING CELEBRATION OF THE WRITERS STUDIO’S 25th ANNIVERSARY AND OF THE BRAVE WORK OF GLOBAL GOODS PARTNERS. The event, held in New York’s prestigious Players Club this past Friday, included commissioned stories from the women artisans from the Global South, who have started small independent businesses thanks to the help of Global Goods Partners. Keep supporting the work of Global Goods Partners and join us as we embark on our next quarter century of helping writers reach their potential. Summer session begins May 23, 2012.
–> THERE IS STILL TIME TO TAKE OUR SURVEY. In order to continually improve The Writers Studio, you are invited to complete a brief survey about our school. Please take a few minutes to answer these questions. Answers remain anonymous. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/83MY2MTwriterstudio
KUDOS TO JORDAN BLAIR, INES FATZINGER, CRAIG VAN ROOYEN, AND ALISON CARB SUSSMAN FOR THEIR NEW PUBLICATIONS. Jordan Blair’s short, “Pathfinder”, inspired by Jennifer Egan’s persona narrator and powerpoint technique, will be published by the online publication Hoot. Ines Fatzinger’s “The Ballad of Maggie Rose,” will appear in the next issue of The Electric Poet. Craig Van Rooyen’s “Take, Eat”, that started as a Dorothy Barresi exercise, has been accepted in the January 2013 of Pank. Alison Carb Sussman’s “Zion Unblooming,” published in 2006, is scheduled to be read on WIOX Radio (91.3 FM) in Roxbury, NY. Craig and Alison are students in Lisa Bellamy’s Advanced Poetry Class, Jordan in Lucinda Holt’s Online Level V, and Ines in Nancy Matsunaga’s Amsterdam Workshops. Read more success stories.
STAYING IN TOWN THIS SUMMER? STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVE ENERGY WITH A SUMMER WORKSHOP. Whether you’ve stopped writing because of the demands of a job and would like to start again, or whether you’d like to benefit from a constructive method in order to finish the story or poem you’ve started, we can help you. Choose from more than fifteen 10-week workshops offered in NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO, TUCSON, AMSTERDAM, AND ONLINE. Although personal attention is a trademark of our school, you’ll get more of it in the summer, as classes tend to be smaller. To register, call us at 212-255-7075 or visit our website. http://www.writerstudio.com
TUTORIALS ARE AVAILABLE. Work on an existing manuscript by working one on one with one of our trained teachers in person or over the phone. Read more or contact firstname.lastname@example.org