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.
Ever wondered what happens when you get a bunch of word lovers together in a room with coffee, chocolate, and a plethora of board games?
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.
Wordcrafters receives $8,000 grant to expand writing residencies for marginalized communities
Sept 13 | Rainbow Reads discusses September’s book, Séance Tea Party by Reimena Lee.
Wordcrafters receives a $2,500 Community Arts Project grant to bring stories to life in performance, on Dec. 10
Aug 9. Rainbow Reads discusses August’s book, Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins
Wordcrafters receives $15,000 grant to support writing residencies for students in underserved communities
Fiction Fantastic is now in its 10th year. To date, 141 stories by young area authors have been published in annual anthologies, with another 17 debuting in this year’s professionally-published anthology, Enter the Imaginarium.