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Tonight and Beyond (Words) - Writer's Garrett
Writer's Garret

February, 2011

Writer's Life and More

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"Vort Ting"* Poetry & Prose Discussion Group

7 PM - 9 PM

Upstairs at Paperbacks Plus, []
6115 La Vista Dr., Dallas 75214

*Vort Ting

is Danish for "Our Thing"

Section 1: "Portrait of a Young Woman by the Artists"
(February 14, 28)


Women, as well as men, reflect the vitality and spirit of American  individualism.
Fictional characters show us people who either conform to  or rebel against social
restrictions and how their choices affect them.  The answer to "What do women want?"
is inextricably bound to other  questions: What do men want? and What does society

Required Course Materials:

Daisy Miller by Henry James, Part 1, Chap. 1; Part 1, Chap. 2; Part 2, Chap. 3;
Part 2, Chap. 4 (provided) / Vicky Cristina Barcelona, directed by Woody Allen (view
independently) / Poems and stories (provided)

Section 2: "North American Short Stories" ( []March
14, 28, April 11, 25) []

Section 3: "Arabic Poets"  [](May
9, 23, June 6, 13) []

$15 per visit with advance RSVP.

MEMBERS' discounts: One (1) section for $50;

Two (2) sections for $90; Three (3) sections for $120.

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February and March at The Garret
(click here for upcoming classes, talks, and events) []

THIS THURSDAY (!) The Highland Park Literary Festival is bringing Pulitzer Prize-winning
playwright (and HP graduate) DOUG WRIGHT. FREE. For more information, click here

"The Contemporary Writer: Practices and Practicalities" with  Joe Milazzo, March
4 - May 26. Register NOW byclicking here [].

Reserve a seat in for your young writers, ages 12-19, in this Summer's Writing CAMP
by clicking here [].

The Writer's Garret is made possible by our chief supporters and  partners: Paperbacks
Plus; National Endowment for the Arts; City of  Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs;
Texas Commission on the Arts;  KERA; James and Gayle Halperin Foundation / Heritage
Auction Galleries;  ArtsPartners / Young Audiences; Gardere Wynne Sewell, LLP; Harold
Simmons Foundation; M.B. and Edna Zale Foundation; Adolphus Hotel;  Mesquite Arts
Council; Energy Production Corporation (EPCO); Wukasch  Foundation; Kay Cattarulla
Fund of The Dallas Foundation; Calvert K.  Collins Family Foundation; Whole Foods;
and our Board of Trustees, Board of Sponsors, and members.


TUES. 2.22 7-9 PM -- Stone Soup Portable Poetry Workshop

Click here to learn more []
about and to order []
Jack Myers's final poetry collection,

The Memory of Water (out this Spring)

Everything great in your reading & writing life takes place upstairs at Paperbacks
6115 La Vista Drive, Dallas, TX 75214. Give us a call at 214.828.1715 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              214.828.1715      end_of_the_skype_highlighting. Click []
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