a non-profit Center for the Literary Arts located in Chestnut
Hill, Pennsylvania, is a comfortable and nurturing environment
where writers of all ages and levels can hone their craft
and share their work publicly.
offers a roster of 20 creative writing courses in poetry,
fiction, non-fiction, and playwriting. Instructors include
published and prize-winning authors and seasoned teachers
from local colleges and other literary organizations.
to its classes, Musehouse offers authors readings
two to four Saturday evenings a month. Free and open to
the public, these readings have included writers ranging
from Swarthmore professor and poet Nathalie Anderson to
nationally renowned memoirist Kelle Groome to local crime
noir novelist Hugh Gilmore.