Community Building through Writing

As part of the M.I.A. Summer Hiatus Sessions, get ready for something totally unique! This month join the Kaimuki Writer’s Workshop, a collective of talented creative writers in Honolulu who, through a community of sharing and workshopping, will read work from their recently published anthology. After the reading, readers will share their experiences as writers in Honolulu, and their experiences working together as part of the Kaimuki Writer’s Workshop. Come with open ears and questions!

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Wild Writing: First Summer Workshop

Join heavy hitters from Bamboo Ridge Press on the art of writing short, compelling fiction. The event is FREE, all ages, and proves to be a wild time. Beginners and seasoned writers welcome! BUCKALOOSE YOUR STORY, BRAH! MONDAY, June 16, 2014 at 7:30 PM at Fresh Cafe (831 Queen St.)



Taking applications to teach summer workshops!

What are your summer plans?

Calling all writers and teachers – we need YOU!

As most of you know there will be no M.I.A May event this year, but we are excited to start planning our Summer Hiatus Workshop Series as we speak!

Are you interested in teaching a workshop? To apply, please CLICK HERE and email us your response to these 5 questions:

1. What would the name of your workshop be?

2. Have you ever taught this before?

3. Give a brief explanation of what the workshop will cover, materials used, and why it’s an awesome idea!

4. Provide a brief bio about your experience as a writer and/or educator.

5. Please provide contact info (email, phone, blog, website, etc.)

Available teaching dates include, and two 45 min. workshops can be taught each evening:

Monday, June 16th, 7:30 PM
Monday, August 18th, 7:30 PM