Dizzies Press Release: Mercantile Library — Free Use of Writers' Studio
The Mercantile Library Center for Fiction
Announces its Holiday Gift to New York Writers
New York, November 20, 2008 – Intent on finishing that novel before 2008 draws to a close? The Mercantile Library Center for Fiction is pleased to offer free use of our Writers’ Studio to all writers of fiction in the New York metropolitan area through the end of the year. Access to the Studio will be granted on a first-come, first served basis, with priority given to writers with some publication history, though all writers are welcome. Located in a beautiful, quiet, and newly renovated, sky-lit space, The Studio offers wireless internet, lockers, a reference library, lounge and kitchen. For more details on how to obtain access to the Studio, visit http://www.mercantilelibrary.
The Mercantile Library Center for Fiction is dedicated to celebrating, supporting and furthering the creation and enjoyment of the art of fiction. The Center serves as a vibrant meeting place where prominent and emerging writers come together with readers in conversation, and where writers can work, exchange ideas and share their gifts. The Center also hosts a wide range of readings, panels, lectures, book groups and writing workshops throughout the year.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Kristin Henley, Tel. 212.755.6710, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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