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The Ink Spot
- 2730 Historic Decatur Rd. Barracks 16, Suite 202
- San Diego, CA 92106
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San Diego Writers, Ink offers classes, groups, workshops, readings and other literary events at The Ink Spot and other locations throughout San Diego County, including the La Jolla Public Library and Lestat’s Coffee House.
San Diego Writers, Ink, nurtures writers and fosters a literary community by serving as a hub for the literary community, promoting literature, providing artistic development for writers at all levels and facilitating artistic collaboration.
We always have something going on: new classes are being added weekly, we have multiple read and critique groups (which might have an opening for your work), plus a book club, meetings, readings and writing practice groups offering prompts.
The Ink Spot is open when classes and events are held or by appointment. Staff may be there in the afternoons Monday-Tuesday from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. and other times. We are only open during events and classes. Please check our schedule.
There is plenty of free parking near the building, including the parking lot just outside. The office is upstairs from the Women’s History Museum and next door to Inspirations Gallery. Visit the Liberty Station website for detailed directions and parking information.
Upcoming event at The Ink Spot
- Sunday, January 28, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Handed a copy of a beautiful poetry anthology as a Christmas gift from a colleague, Jim Moreno was taken on a journey across cultures, across generations, and across genres of poetry. In the pages of this inspiring anthology, he found 4 women poets who shared a common theme of drifting between polarities of cultural and cross-cultural, existential binds and meaning and transformation of meaning, accepting and rejecting genders, as well ... Read more
All upcoming events at The Ink Spot
Journeys To The Hand Of The Poet: Poem-Making With Jim MorenoJanuary 28, 2018
Crafting Your Personal Story With Nathan YoungFebruary 4, 2018
Writing Poetry About Art & Music With Karen KenyonFebruary 17, 2018
Five Big Rules For Plot With Wesley FulkersonFebruary 24, 2018
Poetry Of Place With Karen KenyonMarch 31, 2018