July 6th-July 27th
Creative Writing for Teens
Whether you're an aspiring poet, a budding novelist, or simply curious about creative writing, this 4-week workshop offers the opportunity to grow your writing practice, explore different forms, and receive one-on-one mentorship in a small group setting of like-minded peers.
Through weekly prompts inspired by our favorite authors and the people, places, and objects around us, writers will be challenged to generate new material in the genre of their choice. We'll share our work, learn how to give constructive feedback, and get personal guidance on how to move our individual projects forward.
A fun, thought-provoking way to discover your voice and stretch your creativity in a community of young writers, led by a dynamic mentor.
Ages 13 and up. Teen Creative Writing will continue on Thursday evenings in July.
Lisa Donovan is the author of Red of Split Water, from Trembling Pillow Press. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Denver's Creative Writing Program, a M.F.A. from Brown University's Literary Arts Program, and studied with Dean Young, Tessa Rumsey, and James Galvin as an undergraduate at the University of Iowa. Dr. Donovan currently teaches non-fiction writing to undergraduates at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and has taught at the University of Denver and Brown University, among others.