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For The Love of Words

  • Dallas, TX, 75206 United States (map)
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At For the Love of Words writers of all genres gather for the sake of community, discussion, and growth. Every writer hangs words in their just position to give space to the world seen within. Only the right words will do and serve that world well. This gathering is exclusively for writers and those who love words.

The first part of the evening is spent in groups of 5-7 getting to know other local writers and discussing current writing projects, favorite books, and discover collaborative opportunities. Following group conversation, we will host an interview with a local author, publisher, or another writing expert around topics which pertain to the struggles, triumphs, and technical skills required for writers. Following the interview, the room will open up to seeing and meeting old and new friends and further conversation. The evening should wind down at 8:00 pm. You will want to be on time. Small group discussion will start right at 6:30.

We hope you will join us as we make new friends, discuss current writing projects, favorite books read, and discover collaborative opportunities. Join us on July 17th to hear from Greg Brownderville.

DETAILS
Date:
 Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Location: Deep Vellum Books | 3000 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75226

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Greg Brownderville is the author of three books of poetry: A Horse with Holes in It, Gust, and Deep Down in the Delta. He also wrote the words to a musical composition titled Ripple the Sky, which premiered with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 2016. Brownderville’s books have made the Poetry Foundation’s Best-Seller List and have been included among “Top Picks” by the Library Journal. At Southern Methodist University in Dallas, he serves as editor in chief of Southwest Review, director of creative writing, and associate professor of English. You can find more about Greg at http://www.gregbrownderville.com.



Earlier Event: June 20
Art House Exchange
Later Event: July 25
Summer Colors