Adult Workshops

Badgerdog offers creative writing workshops for adult writers of all age and skill levels in libraries and community centers across Austin. Some classes offer a broad survey of literary genres and written forms, while others focus specifically on fiction, poetry, or nonfiction. Upcoming writing workshops will be posted here once registration opens. For questions about Badgerdog's creative writing workshop for adults, contact our Programs Coordinator Kate Kelly at kkelly@austinlibrary.org.

 

COMMON GROUND Workshop
(Northwest Austin)

North Village Branch Library
Meeting Room

Monday, March 30
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:

KUT and the Library Foundation are excited to partner for a community storytelling project titled COMMON GROUND. It begins with free creative writing workshops hosted by The Library Foundation’s Badgerdog Program at Austin Public Library branches. Participants will be guided by writer Sean Petrie (of Typewriter Rodeo) to craft personal stories about bridging differences with unlikely allies or people with experiences different from your own. Workshop participants will be invited to attend a revision workshop later this spring. Selected participants will work with KUT to bring their stories to life in audio. Stories will be broadcast on KUT Radio from June through November. Workshops are free and open to adults. Workshops will be capped at 20 participants.

ABOUT THE LIBRARY FOUNDATION: The Library Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports the Austin Public Library through fundraising, advocacy, and quality programs. Last year, The Library Foundation was proud to partner with KUT on a similar project featuring Library Love Stories, which you can find here.

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