Writers Reminder

Since 1993 serving Writers with free information they can use.



Frances Tuttle Technology Center

Francis Tuttle offers MANY Classes of interest to writers, and most of these classes are taught by people with names we know and recognize in the industry.


Maria Veres writing classes 

“The Joy of Writing” at Francis Tuttle

I love working at Francis Tuttle and will continue to offer “The Joy of Writing,” “Getting Started on a Poem,” and possibly some new shorter classes down the road. 

To be on Maria’s email list, contact Veres Maria <mariaveres@att.net>

Sign up online at francistuttle.edu, or by phone at 405-717-4900.

You can learn more about classes as well as sign up for them at www.francistuttle.edu. Click on “Course Offerings” then “Adult & Career Development.” Writing classes are listed under "Creative Arts."

A few of you have asked about my class on how to publish your writing. I'm pondering ways to re-work this class, possibly breaking it up into two or more shorter courses. I will keep you posted. If you're looking for publishing help immediately, e-mail me and I'll refer you to other resources.





Grant Information

Government grants are funds and money that individuals and organizations receive from the government to stimulate and maintain a strong economy.

There are many types of grants available. First things first you need to decide where you want to solicit the funds from in order to increase your chances for approval. Applying to the wrong foundations and grant offers is not only time consuming, it can be very disheartening when your request is denied. This process can be facilitated by the use of grant kits or consultants that aid in the process of finding grants and filling out the applications. In fact many of these have free trials, so the additional help doesn’t even cost you anything. However, if you are ambitious and willing to go it on your own, there is a wealth of information on the internet regarding available grants and filling out the grant applications.

There are essentially three types of grant groups: government, corporate, and non-profit organizations.

The US government, on its numerous authority levels, offers the public grants for a variety of different causes. Most common are Small Business Grants, Grants For College, Grants For Minorities, Home Grants, and Women’s Grants.

for more info: http://governmentgrant.com/grant-information