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The Writer’s Center, the DC region’s leading independent literary center since 1976, offers more than 250 workshops in creative writing each year. Interested in fiction? Poetry? Screenwriting? Rock journalism? The Writer’s Center has it all—and at affordable prices. Many writers who have taken workshops at The Writer’s Center have gone on to great success. To name just three: Julia Slavin, A. Van Jordan, and Eugenia Kim.

Do you long to be part of a writers’ community? Then this is the place for you. In addition to workshops, The Writer’s Center hosts weekly Open Door readings, Story/Stereo (where literature meets live music), and many other terrific events. Don’t just take our word for it. Visit Writer.org and see for yourself.

$50 coupon toward 1 multi-session workshop at TWC (4 session minimum). Cannot be combined with other offers. Must be used by April 30, 2011.

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