Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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27sep01novRed Bird Writers Studio Fall 2020 Workshop

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Event Details

Join a friendly group of writers for six two-hour classes on Sundays 3:00pm-5:00pm. All sessions will be socially distanced and held outdoors in a backyard (via Zoom if weather doesn’t permit).

* Discuss your stories, poems, essays and more

* Explore your writing with in-class exercises, instructor feedback and peer review

* $150 course fee, enrollment limited

Conducted by Adam Fagin, author of Furthest Ecology, named a Best Book of 2019 by Entropy Magazine. Adam has a Ph.D. in Creative Writing from the University of Denver and has taught writing there, at Weber State, University of Colorado and Lighthouse Writers  Workshop. His work has appeared widely in Boston Review, Seattle Review, New American Writing and many other journals.

Contact Adam with questions and to enroll: redbirdworkshops@gmail.com

Praise for Adam’s workshops:                                               

 “Adam Fagin is a wonderful individual and instructor. From

sharing his own work to skillfully critiquing ours, I feel like I was

able to shape my writing abilities to be more mature and effective.”

 

 “The highly personalized feedback after each of the workshops

was incredibly helpful.”

 

“I was pretty intimidated going into this class. It was a stretch for

me because I’m a novice writer. I was amazed at the openness and

lack of elitist attitudes. It was clear that Adam had a deep knowledge

but he was very approachable and welcoming of questions.”

Time

September 27 (Sunday) 3:00 pm - November 1 (Sunday) 5:00 pm

Location

Red Bird Writers Studio

1300 S 1400 E

Organizer

Red Bird Writers Studioredbirdworkshops@gmail.com 1300 S 1400 E

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