Brookline’s Weekly Workshop is Moving

Beginning Monday, November 6, our weekly workshop in Brookline is moving to the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Brookline. Join us each Monday from 5:30pm – 6:30pm as we spend an hour writing at the library.

New to the weekly workshop? All you need to do is bring in a completed application to participate.

Weekly workshops for self-identified teen girls age 13-18 are open to the public. Bring something you’ve written and share or write with us during our hour long sessions. Our first Monday at the library is November 6.


Join Brookline facilitator, Sheena each Monday:

Sheena is a poet, performing artist, and the facilitator of the weekly Girls Write Pittsburgh workshop in the Brookline neighborhood. She has a love for non-profit work, particularly programs that reach out to Pittsburgh youth. Her work has been published by LOCALartsFlash Fiction Magazine, and in the Nasty Women and Bad Hombres Anthology.

Sheena has a Master of Arts in English from Slippery Rock University and a background in editing and technical writing. She enjoys painting, taking naps, watching mecha and magical girl shows, and working with teens.


Starting November 6 at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Brookline, 708 Brookline Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15226

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