Monday Central Phoenix Writers' Workshop

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Songbird Coffee & Tea House

812 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 · Phoenix, AZ

How to find us

Located at 812 N 3rd St, on the west side of the street, in the second block south of Roosevelt Street. North of downtown.

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Welcome to the Monday Central Phoenix Writing Workshop at
Songbird Coffee & Tea House in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. the

Starting Monday, May 22, 2017 This Central Phoenix Writing Workshop will meet in a new venue:

Songbird Coffee & Tea House
Address: 812 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: (602)[masked]

Hip cafe with brewed-to-order coffee & tea, comfy sofas & house-baked pastries (with vegan options).

Located on N. 3rd Street just south of E Roosevelt Street. 3rd Street is a one-way street with south bound traffic only. The coffee shop is on the west side of the street. Park in the street or park behind the shop. Access is obtained through the alley on the west side of the coffee shop.

Prior to the meeting please text your word count to Jacob [masked]) of John [masked]) or post it on the Meetup page.

We look forward to reading your work at our next Meetup.

Please be sure to sign in so you will be included in a break-out group.

Walk-in guests are welcome at any time.

This group is designed to provide writers with immediate written and verbal feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of their writing. Writers should bring 6-8 printed copies of their work to share with the group. The printed copies permit participants to make direct written comments, while the on site presence permits verbal comments. Stories, poems, essays, novel chapters or segments, non-fiction, fiction, how to topics, reviews, memoirs, screenplays, stage plays, scripts, are all acceptable genre. Keep every genre alive. 6-8 pages,[masked] words works well for this kind of session.

Please know your word count when you arrive.

Individuals are also welcome to observe if they are not ready to share their work for critique

The first 45 minutes (6:15 – 6:45 PM) is a sign-in period and a social, get to know your fellow authors period. Readings and critiques begin promptly at 7:00 PM. During the sign-in period Moderators will divide the writers into 2-4 break-out groups of 4-6 authors.

Parking is available on the west side of the Coffee Shop, accessed through the alley.

We look forward to meeting you and reading your work.

Jacob Shaver, Lead Moderator
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John Daleiden, Assistant Moderator
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