This five-week workshop challenges you to venture out of your comfort zone and write. The toughest barrier for both novice and veteran writers is often our own fear: our fear of honesty, of abandoning truisms; of the unknown, of not being good enough, of failure, of rejection, and, above all, fear of the blank page. In a supportive environment, we will face our writerly anxieties in order to write, share, revise, give feedback, and inspire each other. No prior writing experience needed; just the courage to try. The focus of the workshop is personal nonfiction (memoir, essays, personal reflections), but fiction writers are welcome too.
This workshop meets Tuesday evenings, May 23 to June 20, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Registration: Minimum enrollment 5; maximum, 12. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: The Writer's Center