Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Loft Literary Center Annual Gathering 2011: 8/30

Write Here. Write Now.
The Loft Annual Gathering brings writers and readers, students and teachers together to catch up and celebrate the Loft's achievements in the past year. It's also a great time to learn about upcoming classes and events being planned, from literary festivals to author appearances, and to get an inside look at the future directions for the organization as we build a thriving literary community together.

The open house is Tuesday, August 30th from 5-8 p.m at 1011 Washington Avenue South in Minneapolis.

The event is free, but they would really appreciate RSVPs in order to make sure they have enough for everyone.

Jocelyn Hale, the Loft's executive director, will speak at 6 p.m., followed by a student reading at 6:45 p.m.

Throughout the evening there will be opportunities to take a Loft mini-class, learn about Loft programs and classes, stake your place in Loft history, and socialize with other aspiring, emerging, and established writers.
Come share the literary love.

Register for the Loft Annual Gathering at

Incorporated in 1975, The Loft Literary Center is the nation’s largest independent literary center.

The Loft supports the artistic development of writers, fosters a writing community, and builds an audience for literature. Thousands of students register for Loft creative writing courses each year; thousands more participate in Loft readings and other events. Loft competitions, grants, and honoraria help authors pursue the writing life. Loft publications and its website bring the writing life home to literature lovers everywhere. Check them out at 

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