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In this one-week camp, your days will be full of writing activities that stretch your mind and let your words take flight. Read, write, and brainstorm. Doodle and draw; write and edit; cut and paste. With writers Arlene and Samar, you’ll write crazy stories, poems, and comics; you’ll share your work with your new writing friends; and you’ll be a part of a cool creative community. All skill levels welcome.
This camp will be held online using a combination of Zoom and Google Classroom.
Full tuition for this camp is $450
90% tuition is $405
60% tuition is $270
30% tuition is $135
If you’d like to pay on the sliding scale, or make a donation for another student to attend Scribes, please call 206-322-7030 or email email@example.com to register. Full scholarships are also available by application.
Duration: One week
Term: Scribes 2020
Start Date: 08/03/2020
End Date: 08/07/2020
Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT
Maximum Class Size: 16
Arlene Naganawa works with high school and middle school writers in poetry, fiction, and academic writing. Arlene's work appears in such journals as Crab Orchard Review, Crab Creek Review, Pontoon, Calyx, All the Sins, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, Caketrain, and others. Her poems have been featured on Poetry on Buses and in Washington 129, an anthology of Washington State poets curated by Tod Marshall. She is the author of three chapbooks and is currently part of the Pongo Publishing Teen Writing team and a Writing and Critical Thinking instructor with Minds Matter Seattle, a nonprofit organization that helps high school students from low income families to prepare for success in college.
Samar Abulhassan holds an MFA. from Colorado State University and has worked as a teaching artist for a decade, for Seattle Arts and Lectures' WITS Program, Hugo House, Jack Straw, and the Skagit River Poetry Foundation. Born to Lebanese immigrants and raised with multiple languages, she is a 2006 Hedgebrook alum and the author of multiple chapbooks, including Farah and Nocturnal Temple. She received a 2016 CityArtist grant to complete a novel-in-poems, reflecting on memory, longing and the Arabic alphabet ignited while exploring Pike Place Market and Seattle’s waterfront.