West Chester University
Dr. Karen Fitts
Associate Professor of English
214 Lawrence Center
Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry
Lawrence Room 214: The Writing Center
This veteran walked into the writing center and said something like, "I'm looking for a place to write and get feedback, a place to talk about stuff I want to talk about and not talk about stuff I don't."
Kim said, "Have some tea... or coffee, though I don't like the stuff. But that doesn't mean you can't love it. That's what's great about this space; it's safe for everyone. You can say what you think and feel in whatever expression you want. It's a workshop. For writers. For veterans. For future veterans. For those who have seen or will see war and are writing about what's real and what's not."
For additional information or to express interest please contact Kim Beam by email (email@example.com) or feel free to stop by the writing center.
This is a writing group for those interested in, in support of, or identifying as part of the LGBTQA community. Writers will gain an understanding of the importance of academic and personal style and voice in writing and will learn how to navigate and engage both discourses in their own compositions. Moreover, it will serve as a place to learn more about the ways language is used in the LGBTQA community and in selected literature. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
The mission of the LGBTQA Writing Group is to create a safe space to augment opportunities for writers inside and outside the LGBTQA community at West Chester University.
For additional information or to express interest please contact Ryan Fernandez by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or feel free to stop by the writing center.