Writing in Mark Twain's Library
Not a class. Not a workshop.
Not a writing class, not a writing workshop, just three hours of uninterrupted writing time in Mark Twain’s own library. Join a select handful of fellow scribblers to write, reflect, and plot whatever piece of literature you’re working on. The space is quiet, except for the burbling fountain in the nearby conservatory, and infused with Mark Twain’s spirit. Don’t miss this once-in-a-life opportunity. Laptops are welcome, but there is NO WI-FI; make sure you charge up before you come, as we have no power outlets to offer. Pencils only, please; no pens permitted!
2018 dates: April 19 – June 14 – July 26 – September 27 – November 1 – November 30
Admission is $75.
Each session is limited to 14 participants and runs from 6 pm to 9 pm. Register here!Register Today
"Anybody can have ideas – the difficulty is to express them without squandering a quire of paper on an idea that ought to be reduced to one glittering paragraph."
— Mark Twain