1. More Bang for Your Buck At only $300 we are the most affordable publication experience this summer. While other programs are far away, cost more and/or meet for less time, E.A.R.T.H. has the unique experience of meeting once a week, ALL summer long for a low low price. It’s okay if you can’t make … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Join E.A.R.T.H. This Summer
From our classic two week camps like I.C.E. and F.I.R.E. to newbies like E.A.R.T.H. and W.A.T.E.R., we've got all kinds of amazing programs coming this summer! As Youth Programs Director, I couldn't be more excited about the line-up of 9 camps (a TBAWP record) that we're providing to the Tampa Bay Area in 2019. As … Continue reading What a Summer Coming Our Way!
Last night, the window for write-ahead contests closed for our first ever youth conference. During this week, we here at TBAWP's Youth Programs will be busy reviewing these contest submissions and doing our last minute prep for this incredible step forward in our program history. There's still time to register and here is a close … Continue reading Youth Writing Conference Around the Corner
The 2018 W.I.N.D. wrapped up it's sophomore year last night with a session on publishing and looking at publishing opportunities for the works written during the summer. Over the course of two months, the W.I.N.D. participants who gathered from nine different high schools and colleges worked on a lot and achieved even more. Feedback was … Continue reading W.I.N.D. 2018
Today was a collaborative effort on EVERYONE'S part. We had team-teaching, veteran campers editing published pieces, and elder campers conferencing with younger campers to get our anthology to press. Aside from a few boo-boos, we are ready to print, copy and crunch to be ready for Friday. We have had many mini set-backs but thanks … Continue reading Word by Word, Piece by Piece
It's a bird. It's a plane. No it's...Duke Energy ruining our lives! HA! Just kidding...we wouldn't let a lil' ol' power outage ruin our lives, but it did melt us a little bit. Publishing ceased for a bit, but we have recovered mostly this evening. Fewwww...Miss Tedra shared Joseph Cambell's idea of "every hero has … Continue reading Day 7 at I.C.E. Shorecrest: All Kinds of Adventure
Once upon a time...in a land far, far away...some things were GRIMM! But today, things were definitely lighter. Miss Franki led us through how to write a fractured Fairytale and/or a mashed-up tale. She killed SAID (RIP,) and we replaced it with words like: jabbered, enunciated (yep #thesaurusROCK), wailed and declared...to name a few. We … Continue reading Dead Words, Revived Stories