Lunchtime! Writers’ Meetup
Every Tuesday March 7 – May 30, 2017 | 12:00 p.m. to 1:30pm
Grand Park’s Teaching Writer-in-Residence traci kato-kiriyama curates a variety of themes throughout the season, and facilitate short form writing exercises throughout the hour. Themes this year will include love, healing, power, quirks, city and maps, home, dreams, vision, food and nourishment; and many more.
Meetups will have special guests, including leaders in journalism and script-writing to support cultivating new writings or to nurture existing works.
Lunchtime! Writers’ Meetup is a part of Grand Park’s Our LA Voices, a season-wide celebration of Angeleno expression.
More info: grandparkla.org/calendar
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