Livingston literaries

Livingston Literaries: A Group for Teens is a space for teen readers and writers to get together to discuss writing projects, books, and other readerly and writerly things. 

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Livingston literaries: A Group for Teens 

Livingston Literaries: A Group for Teens is a space for teen readers and writers to get together to discuss writing projects, books, and other readerly and writerly things. 

We dedicate our weekly meetings to workshopping works-in-progress, doing writing exercises, working on writing skills with the guidance of local writers, and more.  

Snacks provided!

Livingston Literaries meets every Wednesday, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Livingston-Park County Public Library (in the Bev Steveson meeting room on the ground floor) and on Zoom.

Livingston Literaries is a free program of Elk River Arts & Lectures, a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating Livingston’s literary legacy and building community through the literary arts.

Please email director@elkriverarts.org with any questions!

Livingston Literaries in participants’ own words: 

“Livingston Literaries is a delightful environment to share my writing in. I always look forward to going to the library and talking over our stories, ideas, and more.”

“It has a great, friendly atmosphere. And it keeps me wanting to write!”

“I think that being able to talk with other writers and being able to work with them is a good way to improve my writing.”