Are you interested in joining a writer’s group? Join us for an introvert-friendly evening of writing, sharing insights, and getting to know fellow writers in your community. All writers are welcome, regardless of experience. Pizza will be provided. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; online registration recommended.
Share your work and ideas with other writers and aspiring writers in this fun and supportive workshop. Learn to write better, receive feedback and be more creative. Snacks provided. For ages 12 and up.
Interested in a career in cartoons? Join the writing team behind Nickelodeon's The Loud House for a video conference Q&A and learn about the work of professional cartoon writers. Put some of those skills to work during a story-boarding workshop after the Q&A. Submit your own questions for the panelists in-person at the Anythink Wright Farms branch or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appropriate for teens and tweens.
Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Poetry is all around you, if you know where to look. Come cultivate the accident of artistry with a variety of techniques and exercises designed to get your creative muscles working. Appropriate for beginners.
Discover the world of story through reading, writing and storytelling every third Thursday of the month. Appropriate for kids in grades 3-8. No registration required.
Learn about the zine medium and its roots, and make a small handmade publication of your own. Come with an idea, story, or strongly held opinion in mind to work from, or collaborate with others to write, draw, collage, and remix something totally different. In this workshop, we will explore the wide variety of uses for this type of self-publishing and see some examples of how others have used it.
Whether you’re writing an important e-mail for work, an essay for college admissions, or a paper for class, let our guide help you translate your ideas onto the page. Learn research, drafting, and proofreading techniques, or simply receive one-on-one editing and advice that will make your writing more effective for a variety of objectives. Best for teens through adults. To schedule an appointment, email Kaelin Alexander at email@example.com.
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In this workshop, join professional comic artists and discover how comics go from thumbnails to sketches, from inks to colors, and all the way to final production. Learn drawing skills specific to comics and prepare yourself for a future career as a comic creator. Appropriate for ages 8-12. Registration suggested.
Join celebrated local YA author Colleen Oakes for a writing workshop focused on writing villains to terrify and heroes to inspire. Pizza will be provided for creative inspiration. Appropriate for adults and teens.
I started working at Anythink in Bennett towards the end of 2018, knowing nothing about working in a library at all. My previous life's forte had been all medical office and public safety. So jumping into a world of books was very different for me, aside from the fact that I've always been an avid reader. I kept asking myself: Would I fit in with "librarians"? Would this type of work be interesting or entertaining to me at all?