Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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NWPC Workshop Series
       
Website www.newtonwritingandpublishingcenter.com
Year Established 2015
Program Description In affiliation with Big Table Publishing Company, Boston Literary Magazine, and Mockingbird Square, the NWPC provides direction, feedback, support, and inspiration to a dedicated community of writers and poets with genre-specific groups, intense workshops
Number of Programs/Year 24
Program Length 4 hours
Group Size or S:T Ratio 6-10
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Mystery, Nature, Playwriting, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Travel, Romance, Poetry, Young Adult, Horror, Autobiography/Memoir, Non-fiction, Marketing
Faculty Robin Stratton (editor of Big Table Publishing and Boston Literary Magazine), Chris Reilley (Poet Laureate of Dedham, MA), Tim Gager (director of the Dire Poetry Series), Michael C. Keith (Communications Professor at Boston College)
Costs $75
Months Year round
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.newtonwritingandpublishingcenter.com/events.html
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/groups/404913986188867/
Contact Robin Stratton
Director
Newton Writing and Publishing Center
289 Elliot Street
Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts 02464
United States
Phone: 617-592-5805
E-Mail: newtonwriting@aol.com

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