From our friends at the Attic Institute:
An 11-month certificate program, the Attic Atheneum melds independent study under close faculty supervision, student receptions, public readings, and other special Atheneum events created around good food and great conversation, dialogue, and literary community.
Running for just under a year, the Atheneum is designed to advance your writing and seed your new literary life in the city.
Faculty for 2011-2012: David Biespiel, Kathleen Halme, Merridawn Duckler, G. Xavier Robillard, Cheryl Strayed, Karen Karbo
APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR THE ATHENEUM CLASS OF 2012
And, if you’re interested in learning more:
Friday, March 18, 3pm, at the Attic Institute
Register now for this free information meeting. Find out what the Atheneum year can mean for your creativity and writing.
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