Creative Writing for Teens and Adults

Our current workshop is a teenager and adult multi-genre creative writing class offered by Amy Robinson. While the courses are paired for parents and their high-school-age children, individuals are also welcome and encouraged to sign up for the respective age group.

The 8-week class will take place online starting June 24 and will end the week of August 11, with weekly Zoom meetings and assignments, culminating in a final portfolio.

There is also a 6-week version of the class, which doesn’t include the final portfolio process.

About the Instructor

Amy (McDaniel) Robinson has taught poetry in Bangladesh, memoir writing in New Orleans, and dozens of writing classes to people of all ages in Atlanta where she grew up and where she now lives with her husband Adam, her daughter Grace, a dog named Annette, and three chickens. Along with teaching high school English, Amy runs a small press called 421 Atlanta that publishes short books of prose and poetry. Her own poems have appeared in numerous publications and were collected in two chapbooks with the words Adults Lessons in the title, and her fiction and essays (which are often about food) have appeared in Tin House, Saveur, Necessary Fiction, PANK, Alimentum, FANZINE, and Gay Magazine.


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