- Find your voice
- Write during workshop time
- Create new work or develop existing projects
- Constructive feedback helps you expand on your strengths
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“Write-a-palooza” Means No Homework
- Prompts and exercises inspire you
- Read aloud if you choose
- Positive feedback helps you discover your strengths
- No submitting or reading manuscripts (this is available from fall to spring)
“Write-a-palooza” Has Only Two More Dates
- Tuesday, August 13 – Sold Out (except for students making up a night)
- Tuesday, August 20 – $30 – Summer Sale price!
The Resiliency Center
1811 Bethlehem Pike Suite 212-213
Flourtown, PA 19031
For the last few nights of Write-a-Palooza, please register with EventBrite by clicking the button below.Register for Write-a-Palooza Today
The Fall Tuesday Night Writers From September to November – 8 Weeks – 7-10 PM – $384
Like Write-a-Palooza, writing to prompts and exercises occurs during the workshop. However, if you choose, you may submit up to 20 typed, double-spaced pages that you’ve polished on our own time for review.
Dates: September 10, 17, 24; October 1, 15, 22, 29; November 5; November 12 reserved as a night to use if one of the scheduled dates is canceled due to inclement weather or illness on the part of the instructor.
Maximum 13 people. Enrolling now. Learn more here
Story Structure for Novels, Novellas, Short Stories, Screenplays, and Teleplays
Three Tuesdays customized based on what you’re writing or interested in writing. Use the form below to put your name on the waiting list and I’ll respond as soon as I can.
The Manuscript Workshop
The Manuscript Workshop is designed for writers who have completed at least forty pages of a novel, novella, collection of short stories, memoir, screenplay or teleplay. We meet every Thursday from 7-10 p.m. from September to December or until January depending on the number of people who are accepted and enroll. Each week two writers submit pages from their manuscript and we discuss their work in detail. Sometimes members run into challenges and need to talk through character development, plot, structure, and more. This workshop’s format allows us to address the complexities of long-form projects as they arise. To ensure a good fit for you and the rest of the members, it’s best to begin with a phone discussion with me. Please email me at Rachel@phillywriters.com. In your email, tell me about your project, include your contact information, and the best times to reach you. I’ll contact you as soon as possible. Thank you.
Where Can I Learn More?
Page updated on 7/18/2019 by Rachel M. Kobin