Welcome to Writers House
All are welcome to visit, listen, contribute, or just stay a while.
Tucked within the arts quadrant on the campus of Franklin & Marshall College, the Writers House is an actual house complete with comfy couches, a kitchen, and a fireplace. We serve as a literary performance space for the college community; a podium for hundreds of world-class and emerging authors; an incubator for student-run publications and programs; a classroom for writing-related courses; and a hub for creative innovation on campus.
Whether you’re a writer, a reader, or a performer, there are an infinite number of ways to get involved with Writers House. There are plenty of writing workshops and club meetings, and student publications such as Epilogue, Fem&M, and boy-band are always looking for editors and contributors.
For more information on all things Writers House, or to just get added to our email list, contact Jo Underhill (email@example.com), or stop by any time!
Spring 2020: Virtual Programs!
Welcome to the Writers House Social Distance Salon!
In an effort to convene and support F&M's writing and reading community in virtual space, every Wednesday between March 25 and May 6 we will post a brief performance by a member of the Writers House community.
Some of these events will be video-recorded, and others will be interactive. Some of the readers will be well known to you, and others will be strangers you'll want to make into friends. We encourage you to send questions and comments.
Every Tuesday and Thursday from March 24th until May 7th (and beyond?!), members of the Writers House Community will be taking over our Instagram!
Tune in every week to follow along with students, alumni, faculty, and staff. If you're interested in taking over, email House Coordinator Alex Faccibene at firstname.lastname@example.org
Writers House has teamed up with F&M Communications to write a collaborative story!
Each Thursday, the F&M Instagram posts a prompt in their stories, and we need YOU to contribute the next line. You can reply directly to the post or send them a message with your suggestion.
Follow along every week!
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