Are you a teen who loves to make words sing? Then join us for the Little Falls Teen Writers' Club!
Every first and third Thursday of the month, you'll hang out with other teens who share your love of words and may even pick up a tip or two.
We play word games and make up zany stuff. We bring in writer guests to talk about the paths they’ve taken. Share if you want to; there's no obligation, no grades, no tests. No attendance taken; drop in as often or as little as you like. Mostly it’s about having fun around writing.
Doesn’t matter what you prefer to write, where you live or go to school, as long as you are of middle-school or high-school age, and a parent or guardian gives the OK, you are welcome.
The adult in the room is Frank S. Joseph. A published novelist (To Love Mercy, Mid Atlantic Highlands: 2006), Frank has been a Washington Post and Associated Press reporter and editor, a publisher and publishing entrepreneur, and an award-winning direct-marketing copywriter.
Teen Writers' Club is an activity of the Maryland Writers Association, hosted and supported by the Little Falls Library of the Montgomery County Public Libraries.
Join us in Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95292526842?pwd=VW1VdFVSMGJtaUJmemtzQ3FTTnRkZz09
Or Dial In: 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 952 9252 6842
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