Established in 1937, the Minneapolis Writers Workshop is an eclectic mix of writers, ranging from beginners to long time professionals.

The Minneapolis Writers Workshop meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at the Black Forest Inn.

Seated, verbal reading of manuscripts takes place each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Black Forest Inn, 1 East 26th St., Minneapolis.

Ted King…Close To The Cool

Workshop member Ted King reciting his poem “Close to the Cool”.

Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group

The Minneapolis Writers Workshop is happy to announce a nascent partnership with The Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group from Plymouth, England.

The Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group will be sharing samples of its members’ writing with the The Minneapolis Writers Workshop and thus begin a collaborative relationship that fosters our respectives members’ literary endeavors across the ocean.

The first Wednesday of every month is Open Read: Non-members are welcome to bring a piece of their writing for the workshop to critique (10-minute limit).

Next Open Read is Wednesday, April 2..

But remember: Visitors are always welcome!