826 Seattle – How to Write Like I Do – 2011

February 18, 2011
Splabman
From Jared Leising:

Hi, I’m writing to let you know about a great series of adult writing classes happening at 826 Seattle starting in March.
Whether you’re interested in memoir, fiction, comics, music, or poetry–we’ve got it all.
The teachers include:  Lauren Weedman, Jess Walter, Myla Goldberg, Keef Knight, John Roderick, and Gary Copeland Lilley, among others.
And I’ll be there, hosting most of these, and thought you’d be interested in attending, or buying your friend a ticket to meet her favorite writer.
All proceeds go to support the free youth writing and tutoring programs and publications of 826 Seattle www.826seattle.org.
To learn more, and to buy tickets, please visit  http://www.826seattle.org/writelikeido/.
Thanks for reading and hope to see you at 826.
Cheers,
Jared

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