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Young Writers Workshop Pen to Paper

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Young Writers Workshop Pen to Paper

Time: May 22, 2013 at 4pm to May 23, 2013 at 4pm
Location: Storybook Cove Bookstore
Street: 2053 Washington St.
City/Town: Storybook Cove
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?c…
Phone: 781 871 7801
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: andrea lovett
Latest Activity: Apr 22, 2013

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Writers and storytellers ages eight through sixteen will enjoy exploring different writing genres including newspapers writing, poetry, mystery, personal narrative, and fiction and non-fiction writing. There will be 2 days of these workshops in all. 

Each workshop will feature one of the above topics. The cost is $60.00 for the two days. Workshops will include a writer's journal and pen. 

All work will be featured in a newspaper distributed and published by Storybook Cove.

Lovett is a local author and has had several works published both locally and in national magazines. She is a graduate of The University of Mass at Amherst and Oxford University, UK. She's also has one awards for her craft.  The first session begins Wednesday May 22nd at 4pm to 6PM and the second session is on Thursday May 23rd from 4PM to 6PM. These workshops have proven overwhelmingly popular and space is limited therefore it is suggested to sign up early to reserve your space. For more information about this program and other workshops please call 781 872 7801 or 781 267 9979 to reserve your space.  Storybook Cove www.storybookcove.com

 

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