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Writers & Books is thrilled to announce our 2015 If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book,
The Ages of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker.
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Debut Novelist Boris Fishman visits Rochester April 9th – 11th
If you have fiction writing experience and want to sharpen your skills to create publishable short stories or novels, this course is for you. Each week we will review and […]
Twice a month, avid and accomplished teen fiction writers meet to explore new approaches to their craft, give each other feedback under the guidance of published writers, and plot world […]
This workshop will take a look at the cultural and literary significance of magical realism, and the ways in which our personal histories are key to the development of our […]
The memory of war has permeated Western Literature since the time of Homer. The focus of the veterans’ writing workshop is creative nonfiction, drawn from the wartime and peacetime experiences […]
The Bertrand Russell Society was formed shortly after Russell’s death in 1970. Russell (1872-1970) worked in fields such as mathematical logic; philosophy; social, religious, and educational reform; anti-war protests;l and […]
Come join us at the Greenhouse Cafe, 2271 East Main Street, Rochester, for bi-monthly poetry slams inviting teen poets and audiences from throughout the community to participate. 6:00 p.m. Poetry […]
Whether you have taken two whole weeks off of work or only have a day or two to celebrate the holidays (or perhaps a student who is finally finding some […]
Friday, January 9, 7-8:30 pm Building on the narrative of our lives…one brick at a time. Join us to celebrate the inaugural issue of The Big Brick Review and enjoy […]
2 Pages/2 Voices Each year Writers & Books and Geva Theatre Center collaborate to present 2 Pages/2 Voices, an evening of short short plays written by area writers and read […]