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Readings and Events

Workshop participants reading at the Art Center

Photos by Yvonne M. Estrada

Workshop participants give frequent public readings to assist them to develop their audience. In past years, Writers At Work participants have presented their work at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Art Center College of Design, LitCrawl: NoHo, Beyond Baroque Literary Foundation, the Armory Center for the Arts, University of California Santa Barbara, California State University Los Angeles, Espresso Mi Cultura, Skylight Books, Midnight Special Books, Barnsdall Park Night Readings, Work of Mouth at the Sunland-Tujunga Library, and with the Valley Contemporary Poets.

25th Anniversary Reading: a Reading by Poets at Work

Date: October 2, 2022, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Location: on Zoom*

Cost: Free

Kimberly Esslinger, Yvonne M. Estrada, Dylan Cameron Gailey, Eric Howard, Helaina McKibben, Ronna Perrin, Ann Pibel, Bill Ratner, Paula Rudnick, Helen Yeoman-Shaw, and Terry Wolverton.

25th Anniversary Reading: Crafting the Story

Date: Saturday, October 8, 2022, 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Location: on Zoom*

Cost: Free

Kathleen Brady, Patrick Brehme, Donna Crilly, Carrie Dolin, Emily Lamar, Erick Monrrigo, Niall Murphy, Jayme Pohl, Bill Ratner, and Kate Rupley, hosted by Terry Wolverton.

Cover to Cover: Writing and Finishing Your Book-Length Work

Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Location: on Zoom*

Cost: Free

Pat Alderete, Pablo Cruz Alvarez, Anne Block, Angela Bullock, Wendy Burg, Andy French, Sharon Kunde, Rochelle Newman, and Kat Talley-Jones, hosted by Terry Wolverton.

All times are Pacific. To receive the Zoom link, please email wtrsatwork@aol.com at least two hours prior to the event start time and state the name of the reading in the subject line.

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Writers at Work provided me with encouragement and exposure for my fiction. Terry provided multiple opportunities to read my work at public spaces in front of interested and supportive audiences. She also trained and prepared me to give an interesting and successful public reading, holding practice sessions and guidance on selecting the right excerpt to read. With WAW's support, I have been able to confidently share my work and get very positive feedback from audience members.
— Elly Kugler
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