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Workshops For Adults – Introduction to Creative Writing 1-Day Workshop

November 11, 2023

Introduction to Creative Writing with Faculty from Scottsdale Community College

Have you ever wanted to share your story ideas with the world, but not known where to start? Join us for this one-day introduction to creative writing, taught by faculty from Scottsdale Community College’s Creative Writing Program. Participants will learn the core principles of nonfiction, poetry, and fiction while being inspired by Wright’s unparalleled architecture. Participants will generate a poem, a short memoir piece, and a flash fiction story, and learn how to effectively participate in critique sessions.

*Please note that this program grants guests access only to the program location. To see more of our property, please consider adding a tour to your program.

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Adults $250
Students (13-25 with student ID) $175
Members $225

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SCC Creative Writing Instructor Bios

Kim Sabin

Kim Sabin is English Faculty and Creative Writing Lead at Scottsdale Community College. Along with teaching creative and academic writing courses, Kim produces and hosts events designed to elevate SCC student voices and serve the greater creative writing community. She  serves as the editor of Vortex Literary and Art Journal, and her own creative writing work has been published in Lunch Ticket, Hags on Fire, and on Kelly Corrigan Wonders podcast. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles and is currently revising her first novel. When Kim isn’t busy grading papers or having conversations with fictional characters, she enjoys spending time with her beloved husband and daughter.

Sarah Yaron

Sarah Yaron is an author, poet, writer, and teacher. Her poetry and creative nonfiction have been published by The Smart Set, Across the Margin, Grey Sparrow Journal, From Whispers to Roars, The Big Windows Review, and Flora Fiction. Currently, three of her novels are agented and on submission to editors. She holds a BS from University of Pittsburgh in Applied Developmental Psychology and an MFA in Writing from Lindenwood University. Sarah lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband and eight-year-old twins.

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