Amy Silverman (My Heart Can't Even Believe It) and Deborah Sussman (ASU's Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts) present a special writing workshop at our First Draft Book Bar in Phoenix.
How do I love thee? Count the ways—and put them on paper—in this one-night workshop filled with exercises, prompts, tips, and war stories from the letter-writing trenches. From lists to limericks, a love letter can take many forms, and you can write yours to just about anyone. Find the right words to let your mom, kid, best friend, or even your romantic interest know you care.
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Bring a friend! Attendees will also enjoy extended happy hour prices at the bar.
FREE PARKING / LIGHT RAIL
- Cost: $30 per person.
- Register below.
- Class size is limited. Register today!
- Please bring paper and pen or an electronic device to write on.
- Refunds will not be issued within one day of the event.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
- Don't want to drive? Take the Light Rail! It lets off at the Central Avenue/Camelback Park-and-Ride, which has hundreds of free parking spaces across the street from Changing Hands.
AMY SILVERMAN is a freelance journalist based in Arizona. She holds a master of science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University's Cronkite School of Journalism and has co-taught "Mothers Who Write" with Deborah Sussman for more than a dozen years. She's a commentator for KJZZ, the Phoenix NPR affiliate, and her work has appeared on "This American Life" and in publications including The New York Times
, The Washington Post
DEBORAH SUSSMAN received an MA in English/creative writing from Hollins University and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia. She has taught writing at the University of Virginia, Phoenix College and Arizona State University, and she co-teaches the writing workshop "Mothers Who Write" with Amy Silverman. Formerly an editor at Scholastic and at Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
, Deborah is the communications and media specialist for ASU's Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. Her work has been published in The Los Angeles Review of Books
, The Washington Post
, Phoenix New Times
, and Art in America