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The Writer's Path

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Hour 1:           What’s the best way to approach writing, and how do successful writers get started? We’ll discuss the process this hour with J. Suzanne Frank, novelist and director of The Writer’s Path, a creative writing program at the SMU Simmons School of Education & Human Development. We’ll also be joined by Daniel Hale a writer and instructor for the program and Kay Honeyman, a recent participant whose novel, “The Fire Horse Girl” (Arthur A. Levine Books, 2013), will be published in early January.

  • Kyle W George

    I am disappointed in both KERA and Think for not including more voices in this topic. While I’m sure SMU has a good program, the metroplex offers a wealth of other organizations
    for writers (such as The Writer’s Garret, DFW Writers’ Workshop, Trinity
    Writers’ Workshop, etc.) that could have presented alternate opinions on writing
    a novel or non-fiction book. It would have made for a more rounded show – and
    felt less like an infomercial for SMU.

  • Kyle W George

    I am disappointed in both KERA and Think for not including more voices in this topic. While I’m sure SMU has a good program, the metroplex offers a wealth of other organizations
    for writers (such as The Writer’s Garret, DFW Writers’ Workshop, Trinity
    Writers’ Workshop, etc.) that could have presented alternate opinions on writing
    a novel or non-fiction book. It would have made for a more rounded show – and
    felt less like an infomercial for SMU.

  • Dr-Know/IQ-2k

    This reminds me of the 80s movie “Throw Mama From the Train” …. “writer’s write”

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