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FREE Events & Classes...
Writer's Garret

November, 2016

 

The Writer's Garret & The Super Power of Language
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www.writersgarret.org

Bi-Weekly Newsletter
November 17, 2016 
Table of Contents
Upcoming
Mon. Nov. 21 9am-5pm
Tues. Nov. 22 1pm-5pm.

Wed. Nov. 23 9am-5pm
Take one, take two, take them all!

Come with creativity and leave with a short film, creative magazine,
 performance poems, and... more 
 
FREE classes offered 
for families of veterans (discount code "VETS") 
and those whose lives have been directly and deeply impacted 
by cancer (discount code "CSC")
FREE Community Event
Novelist Ginger McKnight Chavers LIVE
2 - 5 PM Sunday, November 20   

New York writer returns to native Dallas 
for a FREE Booksigning 
Lucky Dog Books in Oak Cliff
911 W Jefferson 
Dallas, TX  
  
 
 
Deadlines
Fast Approaching!
Writers' Community
and Mentorship Project
(CAMP)
 
   
  Application Deadline: December 15
 
Our Writers' Community and Mentorship Project (CAMP) is an innovative professional development program that provides both BFA & MFA-level study with service learning opportunities for poets, writers, and playwrights. 
 
Learn more about CAMP and apply here:
http://www.writersgarret.org/community-mentors/
 
"I can honestly say The Writer's Garret Community and Mentorship Project changed my life. You see, this remarkable project opened my eyes to possibilities I had not yet dreamed about. And I am privilieged to pay it forward not only in the local community but in the community at large. A senior citizen tells me he always wanted to be a writer. He'd like to start a blog about retirees, but thinks he's too old. Oh, but you're not, I tell him. Just go for it. Take a class. Take a chance. You might find your life changing, too. Just like mine has at age 73."
-- Drema Hall Berkeimer
Author, Running on Red Dog Road 
and other Perils of an Appalachian Childhood 
Proud graduate of Writers' CAMP
WE ARE MOVING ... Please HELP
The Writer's Garret has a new home,  
Can you help us get there?

Need help packing, lifting, painting, and more. 
Actual MOVE weekend of December 3-4
 
Contact us here if you have a van, muscles, boxes, and / or know-how! 
Ongoing
Peer-Review Groups
Most Tuesdays
& Saturdays
 


Build your writing in a constructive critique group with other writers.
First visit FREE & only $3 thereafter.

 
Program Spotlight
 
WINS places professional writers in schools, after-school programs, and community-based agencies to engage children, youth, educators, and families in the literary arts. 
 
To learn more about what WINS has to offer, order a class, OR if you would like to be a mentor and / or WINS instructor, click here. 
 
Spring 2017 Courses -- Registration Open NOW
Register now for Winter-Spring 2017 Courses 
Many On-Line, so can take no matter where you live

Discounts listed below.   Learn More HERE... 

Discounts

100%
OFF
THANKS to a generous grant from 
the Texas Commission on the Arts, 
we are able to offer many of our courses FREE to Veterans and their families and those impacted by Cancer (including the children suffering from an ailing parent).* 
  • Veterans and their families can use the Code "VETS" (no quotation marks) for 100% off registration
  • Those whose lives have been directly and deeply impacted by Cancer (self or member of nuclear family) can use code "BigC" (no quotation marks) for 100% off  
*Please note that if you sign up and do not show, we will need to charge you for the course.

 

Gift Certificates for Memberships and Classes available
contact assistance@writersgarret.org.
SIGN UP
AND SAVE
10%
THANKSGIVING Discount 
on Spring 2017 Courses
ONLY until December 2 -- Special Holiday GIFT!

All Spring Courses together could save you up to $100!
Offer Expires 11/30/2016                                       Discount Code "holiday 16"
Special THANKS
The Writer's Garret is made possible by the support of many individuals, corporations, foundations, nonprofits, educational institutions, and governmental agencies who understand the value of reading, writing, and the literary arts!
 
This season of educational programs and events has been made possible 
by the following:
 
National Endowment for the ArtsCity of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs
Texas Commission on the ArtsLucky Dog BooksMetropolitan Press; 
Allied World Assurance CompanyHeritage Auctions; Target; 
Enterprise Foundation; Big Thought; Mike & Debra Decker; Gardere; 
Safeway; Amazon SMILE; R.L. and Phyllis Glazer Foundation; 
Aline & Todd Moore in memory of Dr. Ronald E. Moore; 
and our Members, Board of Trustees, and Board of Sponsors.
 
(If we have inadvertently left anyone off this list, 
please let us know! We wantto thank you!)
 
   
 


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