Dana Teen Lomax is an internationally recognized writer who has been teaching composition and creative writing for over 20 years; Dana has inspired young writers at the elementary, middle, high school, and college levels. Currently, Dana teaches English and History at Del Mar Middle School and serves as a Lecturer in San Francisco State University's English and Composition Department. She has won several awards for her writing and teaching, including, most recently, the Lion and Unicorn Prize for North American Children's Literature from John Hopkins University Press and the Tiburon Arts Educator Award.
Ongoing Writing and Humanities Tutoring Sessions generally run 1 hour per week Location: Bel-Tib Library or by arrangement Times TBD
High School and College Application Assistance
High School and College Essay Application Assistance Sessions generally run 1-2 hours per week Location: Bel-Tib Library or by arrangement Times TBD
Summer Writing Workshops
The Summer (FUN!) Writing Workshop is a series of one-week writing camps for students between the ages of 9 and 15. These camps are geared toward FUN-FILLED writing experiments that do not feel academic but increase children's love of language and skills in writing. These one-week sessions are co-taught with Una Lomax-Emrick. Each week has a new theme and emphasizes different literary techniques.
To register, please call Dana Lomax 916 502-1007
Tiburon Rotary Educator of the Year (2018)
Tiburon Heritage & Arts Commission Educator of the Year (2017)