Creative Writing Camp
Does your child absolutely love writing? Or is it a struggle? Students of all ages are asked to write and it is critical that they are able to effectively express themselves through writing.
Creative Writing has been proven to foster artistic expression, stimulate imagination, clarify thinking, aid in the development of identity and improve reading and writing. Geared towards teenagers, our Creative Writing Camp will boost your child’s confidence in writing that will benefit them next year and through college. We recognize that students want a break from school and this camp is geared towards making writing enjoyable and fun!
Summer 2019 sessions are being offered on June 10-14th, June 24-28th, July 29- Aug 2 from 10 am to noon at the Fort Worth Club in Downtown Fort Worth. Let our instructor, Emma Ramsey, who earned a Masters in Poetry and Creative Writing, share and teach the art and passion of writing with your student. A maximum of 13 students per session. $250 per student. Payment is due 10 days prior to the first day of class.
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Emma graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Stephen F. Austin State University and went on to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree in Poetry and Creative Writing from North Carolina State University. Emma first began tutoring as an undergraduate, and worked with students in all areas of writing, both academic and creative. As a graduate assistant, Emma designed and taught undergraduate courses in Creative Writing at NCSU. As a tutor, Emma counts it a privilege to watch students discover their own ability to learn and discover through writing, and to share something of themselves, whether they are writing an essay, a memo, a short story, or a poem. Emma believes “writing is all about self-discovery, about the depths of imagination and understanding in each of us, and if, through even one meeting, I am able to help my clients discover more of that part of themselves, I am truly grateful.” Emma has had her own creative work published in national literary journals and is currently at work on her first full collection of poems, as well as a memoir about growing up in rural East Texas.