Intensive fiction, poetry, and songwriting for high school students.
The Missoula Writing Collaborative is offering two intensive writing workshops this summer. Students will have the opportunity to work with published writer Susanna Sonnenberg to write flash fiction and poetry, or local musician Caroline Keys of the Best Westerns to write songs. This camp is for anyone with a passion or interest in writing, whether you are just starting or have been penning stories for years. Each day you'll write, read, and revise your writing. On Wednesday, the two groups will take a day on the town to look for inspiration at coffee shops and the art museum and to share work on KGFM radio. An optional reading featuring student work will take place in September 2020.
Cost & Dates:
(July 20-24:): $160
Education Building, University of Montana
2 Classes Offered:
Fiction and Poetry with Susanna Sonnenberg or
Songwriting with Caroline Keys
About The Missoula Writing Collaborative
Each year we teach over 2,000 kids to love to write. Founded in 1994, we teach literary competence, critical thinking, cultural awareness, and artistic joy through creative writing. We place writers in school classrooms, after-school programs, youth homes and other venues to show young people the power of words and help them find their voices as writers.
A limited number of scholarships are available for our 2020 camp season. Email the Summer Camp Director, Nick Littman, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or visit Missoulawritingcollaborative.org to learn more about our organization!