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Don't LEAVE it to FALL to bring out your COLORS - Writer's Garrett
Writer's Garrett

September, 2010

Events, classes, workshops of all designs
for readers & writers

The Writer's Garret is in full Fall bloom! You can sign up for the 3-week "Quickie"
Special Topics in Fiction: Point of View []
with []
Bridget Foley [],
join the weekly Vort Ting []
discussions, Express Your Spirituality [],
write Poetry, []
meet in a peer critique group [],
study the Book of Ruth [],
or learn the The Art of Nonfiction Story Telling [].
And that's just for starters...
Click the links to register and learn more. []
Check out our calendar! []


Next Tuesday evening--a very special event!
Read from their workTuesday, September 28, 6:30 PM
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) []

3120 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75204

Richard Wirick's most recent book is Kicking In [],
following his first book of inter-linked stories, One Hundred Siberian Postcards,
was released to wide acclaim in 2007. His other stories and articles have appeared
in a number of publications, including The Los Angeles Times, Playboy, Fiction,
Chicago Review, and PEN Quarterly. He is is co-founder and editor of the journal
Transformation, and he lives in Southern California.

Jonathan Woods is the author of Bad Juju & Other Tales of Madness and Mayhem.  He
resides in Dallaswith his spouse, the artist Dahlia Woods. Several years ago Woods
gave up his law practice with a multi-national high-tech company to write full-time.
Woods' noir crime stories and other writings have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Dogmatika,
Plots With Guns, Thuglit, Pulp Pusher and elsewhere. For more information, visit
his website [].

For over forty years, Bryan Woolley's work has been widely read in the pages of
The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky), The Dallas Times Herald, and The Dallas
Morning News. Woolley, who has also authored four novels and two books for children,
is  the recipient of numerous honors for his writing, including the PEN  West Literary
Journalism Award; three Stanley Walker Newspaper  Journalism Awards and one O. Henry
Magazine Journalism Award (from the  Texas Institute of Letters); four Texas Headliner
Journalism Awards; and  the Spur Award for Best Historical Novel from the Western
Writers of  America. His latest book, The Wonderful Room: The Making of a Texas
Newspaperman, is now available from Wings Press [].
Called "one of the state's best writers" and "the troubadour of Texas  journeys,
large and small" by Laura Furman, Woolley lives in Dallas with  his wife, the poet
Isabel Nathaniel.

Click here to learn more and to order tickets. []



And HOT OFF THE PRESS (not even on our calendar yet)...
Allison Hedge Coke will be teaching a 3 hour class & generative workshop on "Truth
in Narrative"
for fiction writers, poets, and essayists!
Allison []
Saturday, October 16, 10 AM - 1 PM
Upstairs at Paperbacks Plus
$65 Members    $95 Non-Members
If registered by October 1, members get a $15 discount (only $50 Tuition).
Advanced registration required. Space is limited!
Allison Hedge Coke []
is the author of five books and winner of the American Book Award. Her many distinctions
include "Mentor of the Year" and multiple Pushcart nominations. An acclaimed educator
of writing, she is a former National Endowment for the Humanities []
Distinguished Visiting Professor/Writer appointment for Hartwick College [],
an original fellow of the Black Earth Institute Think-Tank, a MacDowell Colony for
the Arts []
Fellow, a Hawthorden Castle []
Fellow, a Weymouth Center for the Arts and Humanities []
Fellow, and a current University of Nebraska-Lincoln []
Center for Great Plains Study Fellow {flagship campus}. She holds The  Distinguished
Paul W. Reynolds and Clarice Kingston Reynolds Endowed  Chair in English, and is
an Associate Professor of Poetry & Creative  Writing in the English Department
of the University of Nebraska at Kearney [].
She is also a respected editor of anthologies and literary journals, including
The Platte Valley Review. This will be her third visit to The Writer's Garret.
Register NOW and save by clicking here []!
(You can join if not a member here, too)

The Writer's Garret's 2010 season

is made possible by our chief supporters & partners:
Paperbacks Plus; National Endowment for the Arts; City of Dallas Office of Cultural
Affairs; Texas Commission on the Arts; Humanities Texas / NEH; George and Fay Young
Foundation; Harold Simmons Foundation; Rebecca & Patrick DePole; Renee Rossi & Fred
Duffy; Mike & Debra Decker; PEN Center USA; R.L. & Phyllis Glazer Fund; Whole Foods;
James and Gayle Halperin Foundation / Heritage Auction Galleries; ArtsPartners /
Young Audiences; Gardere Wynne Sewell, LLP; Adolphus Hotel; Mesquite Arts Council;
Energy Production Corporation (EPCO); Wukasch Foundation; The Cattarulla Fund of
The Dallas Foundation; Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation; Simon & Schuster;
donors to the Jack Myers & Jacob Myers Funds; and our Board of Trustees, Board of
Sponsors, and Members.
If we have left anyone off, please email us []
We sure couldn't do it without you!


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