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Monday, October 16, 2017

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LAST CHANCE -- STARTS SATURDAY
The Writer's Garret

April, 2017

Advance registration required to study with this celebrated novelist.     
The Writer's Garret  . 1250 Majesty Drive  .  Dallas, TX 75247
  
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"Weina Dai Randel ... is causing a stir in literary scenes  
from the U.S. to China."  --  Los Angeles Review of Books
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Weina Dai Randel is the author of two critically-acclaimed, historical novels (and a THIRD coming out soon):The Moon In The Palace and The Empress of Bright Moon, stories of Empress Wu, the first and only female ruler in China. 

Born and raised in China, Weina Dai Randel came to the U.S. when she was 24. She's had remarkable careers as a journalist, magazine editor, and adjunct professor. Read interviews with Weina in The Wall Street Journal,
Library JournalThe Huffington Post, and The Los Angeles Review of Books.

Weina began her writing career studying at The Writer's Garret. 
You can, too!

Visit Weina's website: www.weinarandel.com or connect with Weina on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/weinadairandel/ and Twitter: Twitter
 
 
Last day left to register with a huge discount!  
 
 
Members--$60
Non-Members--$75

Not a member? 
Join here. 
Only a few weeks left to join at the special $21 Birthday rate!
 
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 
CSC 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.
 
 
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!)
 


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