The Writer's Workshop will meet monthly for two consecutive months and will provide a space where a supportive and diverse group of writers can
receive feedback on their poetry, memoir and fiction. Award-winning author and teacher Michelle Brafman has been leading this group since its inception. Prompts will be assigned, but any work is
acceptable. No written critiques or preparation is required, just bring
your work and a willingness to engage in your fellow writers' words.
For Returning Students:
Please follow the prompts to register for this session.
The deadline for priority registration for returning students is Monday, April 17.
New students must apply before registering!
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with a 2-4 page writing sample from the poetry, memoir or fiction genres and
two paragraphs describing your goals for participation in the workshop.
Dates: Sundays, May 14 and June 11 (please note that while only the first date shows up on the event calendar, registration is for the 2-class session)
Instructor: Michelle Brafman
Michelle Brafman is the author of the novel Washing the Dead and Bertrand Court. Her writing has
appeared in The Washington Post, Tablet, Lillith Magazine,
The Los Angeles Review of Books, and elsewhere. She teaches fiction
writing at the John Hopkins MA in Writing Program.