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Top 10 Tips for Building Your Literary Community Online
with Isabella Wang
Now, more than ever, it’s important to know how to connect online.
Isabella Wang has been tending her literary community (in person and online) for years. Her engagement in the reading and writing community is an example for anyone looking to engage with literature. As she says in her interview with The New Quarterly magazine, “There is something special about reading someone’s work when you know them as a person—when you know their life, when you know their dogs!” Join Isabella to discover her top tips for nurturing the “ecology” of your literary community.
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Video Replays will be available for the month of November.
Youth Writing: An Interactive Workshop Series
with Erin Bow and Heather Smith
This is a limited registration workshop series for writers aged 14-18.
Youth writers will join award-winning writers Erin Bow and Heather Smith for three workshop sessions over two weekends in November. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss writing techniques, and workshop creative writing material with their instructors. This workshop series will be held on Zoom and will be recorded.
Placements in this workshop will be offered free-of-charge to successful applicants. Donate to support youth writing!
Saturday, November 7 from (11AM-12PM)
Heather Smith will talk about crafting beginnings and endings—what makes them great, and why they matter.
Sunday, November 8 from (11AM-12PM)
Erin Bow will talk about pacing, when to pause for details and when to leave them out.
After the first two workshops, Heather Smith and Erin Bow will provide students with writing prompts. The workshop participants can use these prompts to develop a piece of writing of up to 1500 words to send to the Heather and Erin for feedback. The workshop participants will then give their piece some extra polish in preparation for a “read-around” at the final workshop.
Saturday, November 21 (11AM-12PM)
Workshop participants will present their creative writing for a reading of up to three minutes each.
Applications are now closed.