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 deadline to apply for all camps and programs is May 15th. After this date, you can send an email query to see if we have open spots, but for some of our smaller, struggling camps, we will make decisions whether or not to hold them on that date based on enrollment.
Sarah Frank, author of ONE CHANCE Book Talk and Signing event Sunday, Feb 25th, 4-6 pm INKWOOD BOOKS 1809 North Tampa St., Tampa, FL 33602 http://www.InkwoodBooks.com Sarah Frank would like to invite her I.C.E. Writer and TBAWP family (and more!) out to her book launch at Tampa’s ONLY independent bookstore (in their brand-new location). … Continue reading I.C.E. Writer Alum holds book signing
For the 2018 Season, our North Tampa camp at Corbett Prep will be from June 18-June 29th. We are also pleased to announce that our camp in Trinity will be returning. Held at Trinity Oaks Elementary, it will take place from June 4th-15th. Click here to apply. Also, there's a rumor going around about a … Continue reading Announcing Trinity and North Tampa I.C.E. Dates
Our I.C.E. Writers Shorecrest camp will be held from July 7th to July 20th. For more information about I.C.E. Camps, and to apply, click here.
TBAWP's Fall Conference for Teachers and College of Ed students is just around the corner - Saturday November 4th. As usual, ALL of our youth program participants are invited to attend FOR FREE, to reconnect, write and workshop with our guest author. This year, we are proud to have poet Taylor Mali! Mali will be … Continue reading Fall Renewal – WITH TAYLOR MALI
Miss Franki brought our weeks of writing to a satisfying conclusion: the epilogue. She shared a variety of literary epilogues from works like Harry Potter, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Inkheart, plus the film The Sandlot. She turned us loose to think of the possibilities of where we will be in the future. Some … Continue reading Epilogue