TWC's 2014-15 Speaker Series
|Coming in March...
an open discussion with Literary Agents
Liza Dawson, Tamar Rydzinski & Marietta B. Zacker
The right agent can make the difference between publication and languishing in obscurity. Through their carefully honed relationships, these publishing professionals can open doors and help you create a writing career. But first you have to find the perfect match for your work - someone who will "fall in love" with your writing. Learn what attracts agents, what turns them off, and how to better your matchmaking chances in this panel discussion that you've all been clamoring for!
March 8, 2015
426 Springfield Ave.
Missed Brendan Deneen talking about "From Page To Screen" at TWC?
Never fear, our recap is here!
The Writers Circle Summer Creative Writing Intensives 2015
Now at DREW UNIVERSITY!
The Writers Circle's Summer Creative Writing Intensives have outgrown our Summit home and are moving to Drew University for 2015. We're already busy planning a fantastic program with lots of great instructors, special guests and much more. Registration will open soon, but save the dates!
- Week 1: July 27 - July 31
- Week 2: August 3 - August 7
- Week 3: August 10 - August 14
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2015 Deadline is TODAY!
TWC is sponsoring our youth writers for the annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. These annual awards for students in grades 7-12 provide regional and national recognition as well as $10 million in scholarships. Last year, several TWC students won regional awards and we sponsored our very first national gold medal winner, teen student Colleen Risavy!
Students should speak with their TWC instructors to polish their work before submitting. Leave plenty of time for revising!
Don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity.
Thanks to everyone who submitted their writing and art to the 5th issue of The Writers Circle Journal Online.
Our editorial staff will be reviewing your work soon.