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You could hear a pen drop as the girls filled the school library. It was the first day of the Season 18 WriteGirl workshop at Ramona Opportunity High School, December 12, 2018. Although it was the third year WriteGirl has hosted its workshop at the school, many of the girls were new to WriteGirl and unsure of what to expect.
“Songs happen when words alone are not enough,” WriteGirl Executive Director Keren Taylor told an audience of nearly 200 girls and women writers at the 18th Annual WriteGirl Songwriting Workshop.
Held at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens on Feb. 23, 2019, WriteGirl teens and their mentors began the day by walking through the vibrant gardens and using the sights, smells and sounds to spark their creativity.
Who says poetry has to be stuffy? That’s what Workshop Director Kirsten Giles asked a roomful of WriteGirl mentees and mentors at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens on Jan. 26, 2019. She was kicking off WriteGirl’s annual Poetry Workshop, a day that proved to be inspiring, educational and fun… and the opposite of stuffy!