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Writer's Garret

March, 2017

The Writer's Garret & The Super Power of Language
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Bi-Weekly Newsletter
March 9, 2016 
Table of Contents
This Month
National Women's History Month

"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story
inside you."
--Maya Angelou
Women writers 
reading in Texas: 
Opalina Salas 
at Lucky Dog, Oak Cliff; Dallas Women of the World Poetry Slam 
hosted by Candy;
Barbara Renaud Gonzalez
in San Antonio; et. al.

Soup's On!
Soup's On! Showcase
Monday, March 13, 7-9 PM
Paul Sexton, Gayle Bell, 
and Allison Emmaline Piercy!
Lucky Dog Books - Oak Cliff
911 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75208
A workshop 
for practitioners 
of text and image.
Award-winning screenwriter, 
New York Times
best-selling author, 
and Hollywood producer,
Ellen Myers Fontana 
Weina Dai Randel
Author of three acclaimed novels
Feel daunted by what seems 
like an endless number 
of blank pages before you? 
Study with this celebrated novelist who can get you going... more
Opportunity for Special Communities
If you or someone in your immediate family has been impacted by cancer,  
most of our courses may be taken gratis, courtesy of special support 
from the Texas Commission on the Arts. Check the link page, and use code 
BigC when registering.
Veterans and their immediate families may also take many of our courses 
for free, courtesy of Texas Commission on the Arts. 
Use code VETS when registering.
Writers' Community 
and Mentorship Project

Our Writers' Community and Mentorship Project (CAMP) is an innovative professional development program that provides both BFA & MFA-level study with service learning opportunities for poets, writers, and playwrights. 
Learn more about CAMP and apply here:
Postmark / On-Line Deadline: Monday, March 27

Peer-Review Groups
Most Tuesdays 
& Saturdays

Build your writing in a constructive critique group 
with other poets and writers. 
First visit FREE & only $3 thereafter.

Program Spotlight
WINS places professional writers in schools, after-school programs, and community-based agencies to engage children, youth, educators, and families in the literary arts.  

To learn more about what WINS has to offer, order a class, OR 
if you would like to be a mentor and / or WINS instructor, click here.
Special THANKS
The Writer's Garret is made possible by the support of many individuals, corporations, foundations, nonprofits, educational institutions, and governmental agencies who understand the value of reading, writing, and the literary arts!
This season of educational programs and events 
has been made possible by the following:
Trinity River Mission & Our Mystery Friend!
National Endowment for the Arts; 
City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs;
Texas Commission on the Arts; 
Lucky Dog Books; 
Allied World Assurance Company; 
Heritage Auctions;Target; 
Enterprise Foundation; Big Thought;
 Mike & Debra Decker; Gardere; Safeway; Amazon SMILE; R.L. and Phyllis Glazer Foundation; 
Aline & Todd Moore in memory of Dr. Ronald E. Moore; 
and our Members, Board of Trustees, and Board of Sponsors.
(if we have inadvertently left anyone off this list,
please let us know! We want to thank you!)
The Writer's Garret, 1250 Majesty Dr, Dallas, TX 75247-3918


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