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NEW Season Starts This WEEK!

Voices From War’s FALL 2021 SEASON – Starts THIS WEEK!

VoicesFromWar.org/workshop

WEDNESDAY or SATURDAY

Join us this fall to explore diverse forms of storytelling (through fiction, memoir, poetry), discuss, and work on your own writing. Each season, we welcome recent veterans and those who served years prior, active duty and family members. Come work on your writing in a supportive veteran-focused community, explore your experiences and others, and enhance your writing skills, whether a new writer, or one revising previous work. QUESTIONS? Email: info@voicesfromwar.org

Voices From War has been offering writing workshops for veterans (and family members) since 2013, with two workshop options through the FALL season (Wednesday or Saturday).

REGISTRATION now OPEN
Details:  https://voicesfromwar.org

Save the Date! For our WINTER SHOWCASE Sunday, DECEMBER 12, 2021

You can learn more about our instructors on the Instructors page and check out previous Newsletters HERE.

Missed our RECENT NEWSLETTERS? Catch up HERE!

Join us for our OPEN HOUSE Today!

Winter OPEN HOUSE & Social
This SUNDAY
FEBRUARY 7, 5:00-6:00 pm


RSVP for Zoom Link
info@voicesfromwar.org

Come meet our Instructors!
Join us for our semi-annual (Virtual) OPEN HOUSE this Sunday. A chance to meet all Instructors (Dewaine Farria, Jessica DuLong, Jeremy Warneke), along with Director, Kara Krauze, hear more about the program, chat and catch up with past participants and welcome interested new participants.

Voices From War has been offering writing workshops for veterans (and family members) since 2013, with two workshop options through the Winter-Spring season (Wednesday or Saturday).

REGISTRATION now OPEN
Details:  https://voicesfromwar.org

We are thrilled to welcome two new Instructors DEWAINE FARRIA and JESSICA DULONG!

Dewaine Farria is the author of the novel Revolutions of All Colors (winner of the 2019 Veterans Writing Award from Syracuse University Press). His short stories and essays have appeared in Literary Hub, The New York Times, Rumpus, the anthology, Our Best War Stories, and elsewhere.

Jessica DuLong is the author of Saved at the Seawall: Stories from the September 11 Boat Lift (May 2021) and My River Chronicles: Rediscovering the Work that Built America; A Personal and Historical Journey, exploring the value of hands-on work through memoir, history, and reportage.

You can learn more about Jessica DuLong, Dewaine Farria, and Craft of War Writing Instructor Jeremy Warneke on our Instructors page and previous Newsletters.

Missed our RECENT NEWSLETTERS? Catch up HERE!