November is a time to reflect on the things we hold dear.
At The Writer’s Garret this month,
we honor the memory of a dear poet and friend,
give the gift of poetry to Dallas children,
and celebrating new chances to write with you.
November means FREE poetry workshops for YOUR Dallas ISD school!
The Dallas Public Library’s annual Express Yourself Youth Poetry Competition is now in session! For the month of November, we are offering FREE poetry workshops for your Dallas ISD students, grades 2nd through 12th. Workshops feature real teaching poets and activities tailored to your class!
Saturday, Nov 3: Second Glances at the Nasher Sculpture Center
Join us this Saturday for FREE admission at the Nasher as we bring WINS to Target First Saturdays. Stop by our table from 1 to 2pm for unique hands-on writing and crafting activities that help families explore the exhibits around them. Great for all ages!
Saturday, Nov 3:
Submission Tools for the Wary Writer with Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam
Published in over 40 magazines and anthologies, Nebula Award finalist Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam shares her strategies for making publishing a reality for your poems and short stories. $50 member; $65 nonmember.
Register at the door or skip the wait and sign up on Eventbrite:
Flowers for the Living: Remembering Solana “Sunny” d’Lamant
Saturday, November 10th | 2-4pm The Writer’s Garret | 1250 Majesty Dr, Dallas, TX 75247
Join us on Saturday, November 10th, as we celebrate the life and poetry of Solana d’Lamant. The memorial reading will be led by Robert J Sadler as he presents Flowers for the Living, a volume of Sunny’s collected works, featuring a foreword by Tim Seibles.
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