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Each trimester, MTSU Write hosts events that nurture the writing community and celebrate literary life.  Check here for updates as events change from season to season.


Poetry in the Boro readings continue monthly.  Follow the schedule and learn more about featured writers here:  https://www.facebook.com/PoetryInTheBoro/?fref=ts

Spring Saturdays Series

We will launch our Spring Saturdays series with a master class and reading by novelist, storyteller, essayist, and poet Dorothy Allison, Saturday, February 25, at the MT Center in the Sam Ingram building on the MTSU campus. 

        12:30-2:30  Master Class

(Master Class space is limited.  To save your spot, register here:  http://www.123contactform.com/form-2439173/My-Form )

         4:00 pm  Reading and Booksigning

You do not need to register for the Reading

Both Dorothy Allison events are free and open to the public, thanks to the generosity of the Richard and Virginia Peck fund, the MTSU English Department, and the College of Liberal Arts.

 Join us Saturday, April 8, for a master class and reading by historical non-fiction writer Holly Tucker (http://www.holly-tucker.com/ ).  Tucker will unravel the process of her latest book City of Light, City of Poison.  Details coming soon...

Join us Saturday, April 22, for a master class and reading by poet (and MTSU Write alum), Tiana Clark, on the MTSU campus 9 am-noon.  

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Jennifer Kates - Outlook Web App



In Summer 2016 MTSU Write has begun sponsoring free regular public readings in conjunction with the 'boro Art Crawl.  More info here:  https://www.facebook.com/PoetryInTheBoro/?fref=ts



Fall 2017 brings the annual Fall Creative Writing Conference.  Watch here for details...





Questions or Comments

Please send an email to mtsuwrite@mtsu.edu.