Anythink to Host Novel Writing Workshops

Author William Haywood Henderson will lead two free novel writing workshops at Anythink Wright Farms in September. 

This September, Anythink will host two free writing workshops presented by Lighthouse Writers Workshop, the largest nonprofit literary center in Colorado. The workshops will be taught by renowned author William Hayword Henderson and explore the novel writing process to help participants grow their writing skills. The two courses, “Your Novel’s Story and World” and “Your Novel’s Arc and Voice,” will be held at Anythink Wright Farms in Thornton, Colo., on consecutive Saturdays and are open to all writers who are interested in novel writing.

“We’re so excited to partner with Anythink, who we view as co-conspirators in the fight for literature,” says Lighthouse Writers Workshop Program Director Andrea Dupree. “These workshops seek to lure writers out into the public to get words on the page, meet each other and start that novel that’s been buried within up until now.”  

Both of these workshops are free and open to the public, made possible by a grant from the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit Anythink’s online calendar to register. 

About William Haywood Henderson
William Haywood Henderson is a Colorado novelist, the author of Native, The Rest of the Earth, and Augusta Locke. He holds a master’s in creative writing from Brown University, and he was a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing at Stanford University. He has taught creative writing at Brown, Harvard, the University of Denver, the University of Colorado at Denver and Lighthouse Writers Workshop. 

Event details 

Your Novel’s Story and World
Sat., Sept. 14, 2013
10 am-1 pm

Your Novel’s Arc and Voice
Sat, Sept. 21, 2013
10 am-1 pm

Anythink Wright Farms
5877 E. 120th Ave.
Thornton, CO 80602
(303) 405-3200 


Anythink will host two free writing workshops in partnership with Lighthouse Writers Workshop on Sept. 14 and Sept. 21, 2013. Workshops are taught by renowned author William Hayword Henderson and explore the novel writing process to help participants grow their writing skills. Space is limited; registration required. Free and open to the public.

Comments

Thanks, Bill. It was a pleasure and very helpful.