Young writers from around the province participated in the B.C. Youth Writers Camp in late June to early July last year. The registration deadline for this year’s camp is April 30.

Camp offered for young writers

Penticton Writers and Publishers invite all young creative writers to register for the B.C. Youth Writers Camp 2014 before April 30.

Penticton Writers and Publishers invite all young creative writers to hone their writing skills by registering for the B.C. Youth Writers Camp 2014 before the deadline of April 30.

Students eight to 18 years can attend camp from June 28 to July 4 at Okanagan College, Penticton Campus.

Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. except July 1.

Check details to submit a short story or poems to the camp anthology and to download the registration form at the Penticton Writers and Publishers website at www.penwriters.com.

Campers will attend workshops with five different presenters from the industry.

 

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