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Workshop: Spiritual Improv, with TZiPi Radonsky (Part 3)

Online - ZOOM

This workshop will create safe space and participants will be guided into the spaciousness of their imagination, encouraging writing from the soul. Through the use of questions, stories, images, word play & drawings/doodles we will write lists, topics, poems of all styles, titles, essays – or at least begin them.

$100

Workshop: Finding the Truth in a Poem, with William Walsh

Online - ZOOM

In this poetry workshop and discussion, led by poet and editor William Walsh, we will talk about the idea of truth. What is the truth in a poem? Why does the original truth oftentimes warrant a new truth? What is the reality of truth in some poems?

$45

Conversation with YA Novelist Kalynn Bayron

Online - ZOOM

Bestselling author Kalynn Bayron discusses her YA fantasy novels Cinderella Is Dead and This Poison Heart in conversation with Holland Perryman, Millie Bennett, Alisha Arora, members of Beaufort High School's DAYLO: Diversity Youth Literary Organization, moderated by Jonathan Haupt, executive director of the Pat Conroy Literary Center.

Free

Workshop: Chunk, Sneak, Bribe with Estelle Ford-Williamson

Online - ZOOM

"Chunk, Sneak, Bribe (a little)" guides you through the challenges of undertaking a long journey of writing. A two-hour hybrid interactive workshop for those working on a memoir or other long writing project.

$45

Workshop: Authenticity through Research with Marjorie Lewis

Online - ZOOM

Authenticity through Research for the Historical Fiction Writer is an interactive Socratic class exploring the use of research when writing historical fiction; open to writers at all levels of experience.

$45

April 2022 Open Mic Night

Online - Facebook Live

Our monthly virtual Open Mic Night is hosted by Brooke McKinney and presented in partnership between the Pat Conroy Literary Center and the South Carolina Writers Association. 

Free

Workshop: Repetition and Evolution with Amber Wheeler Bacon

Online - ZOOM

In this workshop, we take a close look at the children’s book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly , the Marc Richard short story, “Strays,” and Donald Barthelme's "The School" to see what they can teach us about how to structure a work in progress.

$45
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