The Pickford Community Library's Young Writers Workshop (YWW) is the largest group of aspiring authors in the state of Michigan. Each school year JLB Creatives Publishing presents literary "adventures" from their Journey to Publication Writing Program / Curriculum. This highly interactive program holds over 100 combined years of experience in the industry, and the Pickford Community Library's young writers have been a crucial part in developing this ground breaking writing program for creative kids of all ages. Find out more at www.JourneyToPublication.com
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Young writers in middle school through high school from Michigan's Eastern Upper Peninsula have contributed short stories and poetry to the most recent Pickford Community Library's Young Writers Workshop Anthology. Genres include sports fiction, paranormal, fantasy, and young adult romance.
These stories and poems, written by extremely talented 6th through 11th graders, will delight you with their imaginative content and expert presentation. You'll find vampires, wolves, lovers, and more who will take you from one end of the emotional spectrum to the other. You will marvel at the way only a few words can express such an expanse of creativity.
This anthology is comprised of works by talented student writers, grades six through college, who attend the Pickford Community Library's Young Writers Workshop in Michigan's Eastern Upper Peninsula. The sessions are taught by two of the JLB Creatives Publishing team: author and CEO Janet Beasley of Florida, and Dar Bagby of Michigan, illustrator and Senior Editor. The classes are taught via Skype