Online writing classes are coming up!

ACW offers online writing classes for students of all experience, backgrounds, and genres. We're excited to announce our upcoming classes for the winter: [January 15 – February 19, 2018] Course #1: The Promise of a Good Story: Writing Middle Grade and Young Adult Novels Teacher. Chris Tebbetts [Bio] Register. [Student Registration] Class Description. What makes a good story? … Continue reading Online writing classes are coming up!

Yvona Fast Reading @ Left Bank Cafe

Author Yvona Fast will be reading from her chapbook "Different" at Left Bank Cafe on Sunday Dec 3 from 2 - 4 pm.  Yvona is the author of "Garden Gourmet: Fresh & Fabulous Meals from your North Country Garden, CSA or Farmers' Market", "Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability: Stories and Strategies", and co-author of "My … Continue reading Yvona Fast Reading @ Left Bank Cafe

Identity & Belonging Performance and Community Workshop

presented by the Adirondack Center for Writing Are you interested in important issues like race and social identity? This is the conversation you’ve been seeking, and the workshop every community member needs. We want you to join us for a performance, Q&A, and workshop with Adam Falkner and Sofía Snow. Performance poets Adam Falkner and … Continue reading Identity & Belonging Performance and Community Workshop

The Winter Novel with David Hazard at VIEW Arts

The Winter Novel with David Hazard – November Event Old Forge, New York (November 5, 2017) – View, the multi-arts center located in Old Forge, NY, announces a writing workshop series with David Hazard starting on Saturday November 25th.   Have you ever considered writing your novel, but life keeps getting in the way and you … Continue reading The Winter Novel with David Hazard at VIEW Arts

You can make a difference

Donate now. Show your support for bringing words and people together. Community encourages creativity. Year round we assemble neighbors, invite inspiration and reflection, have hard conversations, connect with listeners, speakers, readers, and writers. We work hard to bring words and people together and we are so thankful that our efforts are valued. Take for example a … Continue reading You can make a difference

Old Forge Library’s Annual Children’s Author Visit with Kevin Kurtz

Each November, the Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., offers a program featuring a Children’s Book Author. This year, award winning author Kevin Kurtz will give presentations on Thursday, November 16 to students from the Town of Webb Schools, Inlet School and home schooled students about the wonders of science, nature, reading, and writing. He … Continue reading Old Forge Library’s Annual Children’s Author Visit with Kevin Kurtz

Bringing Out the Dead Film and Book Discussion with Joe Connelly

The NYS Writers Institute invites you to a free film screening and discussion: November 3 (Friday): Martin Scorcese's BRINGING OUT THE DEAD Film screening followed by Q&A with former paramedic Joe Connelly, on whose novel the film is based, and members of UAlbany’s Five Quad Volunteer Ambulance Service including UAlbany students Sydney Gobrick, President, Carly Fielding, Chief, and Amanda Kimler, Vice President. — 7:00 p.m. [note early start time], Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, Downtown … Continue reading Bringing Out the Dead Film and Book Discussion with Joe Connelly

Science of Storytelling Writing Bootcamp

Science of Storytelling Writing Bootcamp  with workshop leader Sean Prentiss  About. Learn how to build stories for the stage and the page with workshop leader Sean Prentiss. What draws us to story? We’ll learn about the science behind scene and good stories and apply it to spark new stories, projects, and work out your current thoughts. Students should come … Continue reading Science of Storytelling Writing Bootcamp