Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Creative Writing from our Winter 2014 Teen Writers' Workshop

It is finally here!  The long waited creative writing of our Winter 2014 Teen Writers!  My apologies on the delay.  Enjoy!!!

Our Winter 2014 Writers
by Lynette Benton

Here are the works that several of the Robbins Library Teen Writers wrote during the winter of 2014. As you will see, their work exhibits a level of creative expression seldom seen in writers so young. Each of the works expresses the writer’s own unique style and vision; none of the pieces resemble any of the others. The teen writers achieved that critical element of strong writing: originality.

Each of the teens focused on improving one aspect of their writing, such as inserting more suspense into their work or strengthening descriptions so that readers could easily visualize both the environment and the action.

The writers presented their work in a public reading in the Robbins Community Room in April 2014.

We invite you to join the Robbins Library Teen Writers in the fall. (You will be able to register for the classes here on the Robbins site shortly.) Classes begin on Monday, September 8, and run for six (6) alternating Mondays. We meet at 6:00 in front of the elevator in the main lobby. I hope to see you there.

Now, sit back and enjoy the students’ writing. Prepare yourself for mystery, mischief, and the macabre!

Holaweeno- by Cole Kraus
When Arrows Fly- by Emma Kraus
"Concert Kill", "Protected by the Predator", and "The Abomination" by Hunter Spadafora
The Advanced Society by Ian Bernardin
The Writer by Isaac Wilde

If you would like to read all the works by our writers, please click here.

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