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Coupeville Library writing workshop focuses on pros

The question on Molly Larson Cook’s mind is: What would Steinbeck do? Learn about it Friday, March 16, in the first of three half-day creative writing workshops at the Coupeville Library.

The workshops raise  scholarship funds for young writers.

“What Would Steinbeck Do?” offers writing exercises based on the work and words of master writers.Writers should bring a page of their writing to use as a starting point.

Workshop fee is $48. Pre-registration and payment in advance are required; contact Cook at jazzcookie@frontier.com or 678-3042.

In April, Cook will continue with “Zen and the Art of Writing.”

 

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