This is a three week summer workshop for high school students interested in creative writing. Students are accepted by application with a mid-February deadline.
This is an annual three-day workshop on creative writing. Check the web site for registration information.
The Desert Island Supply Co. (DISCO) is a nonprofit writing center based in historic Woodrow Hall, in the heart of the Woodlawn commercial district on the east side of Birmingham, Alabama. The organization is run by passionate volunteers who believe in the power of storytelling and are dedicated to providing Birmingham students, ages 6-18, with more opportunities to strengthen their writing skills, intensify their intellectual habits, shape their own futures and positively affect their communities. (from website)
Flow Tactics is a poetry workshop for middle and high school age teens which meets on the first Saturdays of the month from 2;00 to 4:00 p.m. at the downtown Birmingham Public Library. The workshop is led by Real Life Poets, a non-profit creative writing group. Contact John Paul Taylor for more information: email@example.com.
Gifts of a Wordsmith, a poetry workshop for adults, meets on the first Tuesday of the month from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the downtown Birmingham Public Library. The workshop is led by Real Life Poets, a non-profit creative writing group. Contact John Paul Taylor for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offers a variety of non-credit adult classes including writing, publishing, photography, crafts, and languages.
Samford After Sundown non-credit programs offer opportunities for personal and professional development administered through Samford University\'s Metro Programs. Classes are offered in a broad array of areas, including art, music, and languages.
Each semester, there are a limited number of spaces open in a creative writing/process class for women seeking to deepen their voices as writers and connect to a diverse community of other writing women.