Inspiration seekers are invited to unleash their inner creative writer in the new Drexel Storylab. A creative and professional resource, Storylab allows non-matriculated students, including alumni and the general public, to explore genres from fiction and poetry, to memoir and creative nonfiction. Unique insider-access workshops feature Drexel’s incredible costume and specimen collections, inspiring writers through hands-on experience. Private manuscript workshops and a master class for advanced students are also offered.
Housed in the Department of English and Philosophy, the program is taught by practicing writers, including Storylab director and Philadelphia novelist Nomi Eve, author of “Henna House” and “The Family Orchard.”
Workshops vary in length from one-day to 10-week programs, and are offered weekday evenings or weekend mornings. Writers of all levels are welcome. Drexel alumni receive a 10-percent discount.
Learn more at: Drexel.edu/Storylab