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Open Writing Hours Today!

Open Writing Hours Today!

Evening Poetry: Keeping the Doors of our Imagination Open (This class is full!)

Literary Fiction Critique Group

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Plan Your Writing Year (Ongoing class)

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Write On! Session I: 6th – 8th Grade Writing Workshop (This camp is full!)

WriterHouse Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror/Speculative Fiction Writers Group

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Write On! Session I: 6th – 8th Grade Writing Workshop (This camp is full!)

Evening Poetry: Keeping the Doors of our Imagination Open (This class is full!)

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Write On! Session I: 6th – 8th Grade Writing Workshop (This camp is full!)

Plan Your Writing Year (Ongoing class)

Summer Novel Starter (This class is full!)

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Memoir in a Year Part II: Drafting and Revising Your Book-Length Memoir (This class is full!)

Write On! Session I: 6th – 8th Grade Writing Workshop (This camp is full!)

Writers’ Happy Hour

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Write On! Session I: 6th – 8th Grade Writing Workshop (This camp is full!)

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Poets At Large

Writing, Revising, Pitching: Getting Your Novel Out of the Drawer and Off to Market (This class is full!)

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Open Writing Hours Today!

Literary Fiction Critique Group

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Summer Novel Starter (This class is full!)

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Open Writing Hours Today!

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Blue Ridge Writers Critique Group

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Dabblers Group

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Summer Novel Starter (This class is full!)

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Open Writing Hours Today!

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Memoir Writing Marathon

Off-Season NaNoWriMo Meeting

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Science Fiction & Fantasy Group Write-In

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Open Writing Hours Today!

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Open Writing Hours Today!

Open Writing Hours Today!

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Open Writing Hours Today!

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Author Presentation & Signing (Private Event)

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Why Then? Why There? Setting Fiction in Time and Place

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Gender Benders: Exploring the “Other”

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