Published: October 12, 2019
Calling all writers and book lovers! YDL presents our first-ever Local Authors Showcase, featuring authors from the Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor area. The Showcase is one of several events we’re hosting during our Grand Opening Celebration of YpsiWrites. We’re teaming up with 826 Michigan and EMU’s Office of Campus and Community Writing to support our local writing community with programs and activities. Besides the Local Author Showcase, the Grand Opening Celebration features writing activities, the Writers of Ypsilanti, and light refreshments. Writers, come talk to a published author and learn how they did it! Book Lovers, come support local authors and find …
Published: September 18, 2019
Local authors can apply to be part of our showcase as part of the Ypsi Writes kickoff October 19.
Published: September 5, 2019
Ypsi Writes will host drop-in hours at all YDL locations offering help with any type of writing, and present writing workshops where both experienced and aspiring writers can learn various forms, from memoirs to résumés to poetry.
Published: August 21, 2019
Do you have a passion for writing that you would like to share with others? Volunteer at Ypsi Writes!
Published: July 29, 2019
The author of more than 30 published novels, including NYT bestsellers and Oprah’s Book Club selections, will visit YDL on August 8, 2019!
Published: July 25, 2019
826michigan is excited to offer a variety of unique and FREE writing workshops this summer in the Ypsilanti community, and at several Ypsilanti District Library locations.
Published: July 9, 2019
Kids get creative each Wednesday this summer at YDL-Whittaker with volunteers from Eastern Michigan University’s Office of Campus and Community Writing. Anyone is welcome to drop in and join the fun! Week 1: Crime Scene Clue Hunt Our first session, kids got to use their senses (touch, sight, & hearing) to describe things. They reached into a bag and felt strange objects and then shared ideas of what objects felt like using adjectives such as smooth, rough, hard, squishy, and heavy. We talked about how they might describe people by highlighting details about a piece of clothing or …