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Lines of Velocity: Words that Move From WriteGirl
Lines of Velocity: Words That Move From WriteGirl
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Lines of Velocity is a wondrous and diverse collection – stories, poems, songs, musings, rants and essays – showcasing the unique and eclectic female voices of new and accomplished writers from WriteGirl. These girls and women speak freely and share openly on everything from the intensity of a teenager's bad day to the exhilaration of finding love in urban Los Angeles. Touching on both personal and universal themes in response to the many worlds they live in, WriteGirl invites you to spend some time exploring these words that move!  Praise for Lines of Velocity: “Lines of Velocity is full of magic: Not just the wonder of raw, vivid writing; but also the alchemy of writers, leaping across age and cultural divides to inspire each other. The resulting work crackles with energy.” – Carol Flint, Television writer/producer, The Unit, The West Wing, ER, LA Law, China Beach...
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Lines of Velocity is a wondrous and diverse collection – stories, poems, songs, musings, rants and essays – showcasing the unique and eclectic female voices of new and accomplished writers from WriteGirl. These girls and women speak freely and share openly on everything from the intensity of a teenager's bad day to the exhilaration of finding love in urban Los Angeles. Touching on both personal and universal themes in response to the many worlds they live in, WriteGirl invites you to spend some time exploring these words that move! 

Praise for Lines of Velocity:

Lines of Velocity is full of magic: Not just the wonder of raw, vivid writing; but also the alchemy of writers, leaping across age and cultural divides to inspire each other. The resulting work crackles with energy.”
– Carol Flint, Television writer/producer, The Unit, The West Wing, ER, LA Law, China Beach

Lines of Velocity sparks with the lively intelligence of gifted young writers well on their way to discovering the power of language. If I'd had the WriteGirl experience at the onset of my formative years, who knows? I might be a Pulitzer Prize winner by now.”
–  Suzanne Lummis, poet and teacher

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About Keren

Keren Taylor is the founder and Executive Director of WriteGirl. Passionate about inspiring others to cultivate their creative ideas, Keren has conducted hundreds of creative writing workshops for both youth and adults. She has...

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