Bring your lunch and join us for a mid-week pick me up!
Hang out with other writers in a casual environment, ask questions, and share your successes and frustrations with plot, character, setting, theme and more. Not a formal workshop, but a chance to network and talk about craft and current projects. All experience levels welcome.
Join Andrew Slade, Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at the University of Dayton for a monthly reading and discussion of a Dayton Literary Peace Prize winner or finalist. Discussion will go beyond plot summary and reader response to include those kinds of insights that literary critics can help draw out of books and readers. Don’t miss this opportunity to study some of the most important books being written today on the subject of peace and human conflict.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with Poetry in the Stacks at Wright Memorial Public Library. The library is now accepting poetry broadsides to be displayed throughout the library during National Poetry Month in April. A poetry broadside is a one-sided decorative page which combines a poem and visual element to create an artful presentation of poetry.