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Red Oak for Schools

Choose from the programs described below:


school visit 1Pizzazz! Sparking Ideas for Creative Writers

Nothing to write about?!? Impossible! In “Pizzazz!” writers will participate in activities and exercises that “wake up” the creative side of their brains and open up a world of writing ideas. Ideas are all around us if we train our eyes to see them. (Teachers will come away with loads of writing ideas and topics, too!)

 

 

The Book You Publish Tomorrow Begins Todayschool visit 3

It’s time to begin your book, so put on your jacket — your book jacket, that is. In this engaging workshop, participants will learn what other young authors have published and participate in creative exercises to help them focus their great ideas into book-worthy material. Whether they like to write poetry, fiction or non- fiction, this workshop will give young writers a sense of direction and a plan for making their writing dreams come true.

 

school visit 2

Writers’ Circles and Deep Revision

Moving beyond simple “peer editing,” this workshop trains young writers to give, receive and use feedback to make their writing come alive for their readers.

 

 

 

Custom ProgramRO 26

The instructor will craft a program that meets your group’s specific needs.

Rate: $350 for a half-day, $500 for a full day. (25 students at a time. Add $15/student for additional participant.) The rate includes prep time, mileage (within 30 miles of Milwaukee), materials and instruction. Call 414.881.7276 or email: kim(at)redoakwriting.com to learn more and schedule your workshop.

 

Kim Suhr 2Instructor: Kim Suhr is the Director of Red Oak Writing and the author of Maybe I’ll Learn: Snapshots of a Novice Mom. She leads the Red Oak Creative Writing Camps in the summer and Teen Writers’ Circles during the school year. Kim holds English and Education degrees as well as an MFA in fiction.

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