Have you ever wanted to learn how to use your life experiences to express, in writing, your own unique view of the world? Have you ever wanted to learn to craft and perform poetry? You have the opportunity to realize your writing goals through a series of writing workshops sponsored by Ohio Center for the Book at Cleveland Public Library and Literary Cleveland. These writing workshops, held at select Cleveland Public Library branches, focus on generating a supportive environment for writers and aspiring writers ages 14 and up. Each workshop is led by award-winning local poets and authors in an interactive atmosphere that provides hands-on exercises, constructive critiques and more. To view the list of classes at select CPL branches click here. These workshops are free and open to the public; space is limited and registration is required. To register and to see more creative writing classes Literary Cleveland offers, click here.
Literary Cleveland a Northeastern Ohio nonprofit organization whose mission is to help writers develop their craft, create a strong network of writers, and connect writers to the community. Learn more about Literary Cleveland; visit the website at http://www.litcleveland.org.