5-week workshop in which you’ll dig deep to hit the roots of your family tree and write stories that you can pass down for generations.
We don’t get to choose our families; but when we write our stories we do get to make many choices about how we frame, represent, embrace, and challenge the family histories we’ve been told, discovered, or remembered through the years.
Family is a rich and layered topic to explore in creative nonfiction. Through the course of this workshop, you will:
Writers of all skill levels are welcome to attend this workshop. You can bring a work in progress, but please keep in mind that this workshop will focus on generating new work and new strategies for telling your story better.
The workshop space is wheelchair accessible. Free on-street parking is available. Coffee, tea, water and light refreshments will be provided each week.
Advance registration strongly recommended. The workshop is limited to 12 students.
Tickets are on sale for $190 with early registration. Early registration ends Monday, February 5, 2018.
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