FREE 1-WEEK WORKSHOP!
12 STUDENT LIMIT • REGISTRATION REQUIRED
WHEN: July 24–28, Monday—Friday, 9:00-11:00am
COST: FREE to students through a generous grant from
the Massachusetts Cultural Council!
Is your creative writing energy boiling over? Or has it become stale and boring? In this one week intensive workshop, writers ages 10-16 are invited to explore writing and reading practices that can help our poetry and fiction take shape. We will read together, write together, investigate our own identities and the world around us over five mornings in late July. Young writers of any genre are welcome and no experience is necessary. However, a willingness to experiment and connect with other writers is essential!
This program is free to students through a generous grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
The workshop is limited to 12 students, so please register soon!
Katie Naoum Rogers is a poet, educator, editor, and mother. She has taught public school in Salem and in New York City and is currently a curriculum specialist for a major education publisher. Her poetry for adults has been published in B.E. Quarterly, Birdsong, and The L Magazine. Her poetry for children has been published in Abe’s Peanut in collaboration with the artist Julia Norton. Her chapbook I Wouldn’t Have Thought of It This Morning was selected as the 2010 New School Chapbook Award Series winner by poet Matthew Rohrer. Her teaching philosophy is rooted in inclusivity and antiracist teaching practices with a focus on care and community-building.