Getting started on your memoir can be hard. But reading other memoirs isn’t procrastination–it’s research! Here are five must-read memoirs to inspire you.
Do you want to share your work at an open mic but are slightly terrified about it? Learn how to overcome your anxiety with these compassionate tips.
You never know what will happen when a group of young writers creates a poem together. Find out what happened in this Write Club for Youth.
Oct 11 | Rainbow Reads discusses Thirteens by Alice Kate Marshall.
Have you tried to write a story and had it not feel quite right? Do you worry you sound fake or phony? You might be struggling to find your voice.
Write Club for Youth is a monthly workshop with a different instructor and different writing topic at each meeting. Here’s what happened during the 2022-23 school year.
Do you notice how writers use movement to tell their stories? How do they do that?
Receiving and giving critique is an important part of the writing process. How do you do it well? Is there an ettiquette?
You’ve only got a few sentences to draw in your readers and get them to want to keep reading. How do you do that?
What is ekphrasis? The answer may come as a surprise even if you identify as a writer and/or a poet.