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#OTGYpsi: 'YpsiWrites' Program Mentors Writers Of All Ages And Professions

Oct 30, 2019

It can be hard to put your thoughts on paper, whether it's writing a good cover letter to go with your resume, or getting started on that novel you put off for years.  This inspired representatives from Eastern Michigan University, 826Michigan, and the Ypsilanti District Library to form an alliance known as "YpsiWrites," which offers instruction and guidance to up-and-coming writers.  Catherine Calabro Cavin from 826Michigan and Jodi Krahnke from the Ypsilanti District Library talk about this amazing program in this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," hosted by WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Sarah Rigg.


Resources:

Concentrate Ann Arbor

Sarah Rigg's Feature Article: YpsiWrites collaboration offers free writing programming for all ages

Ypsilanti District Library (YDL)

826Michigan

YpsiWrites

Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living

Washtenaw Literacy

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