I hope you’ve been enjoying the summer and staying as cool as possible.
I’m excited to announce that my fall 2016 writing workshops at Politics and Prose bookstore, Washington, D.C., are open for registration. You’ll find titles and links to the full descriptions below. Don’t hesitate to email me with any questions. Do register with the bookstore as soon as you can, as classes tend to fill up quickly.
If you’ve taken my memoir writing workshop before, you’ll notice that I’ve restructured the class. Following student recommendations, it will be five weeks long and we will be workshopping student writing as a large group (rather than a four week class in which we split into small groups for workshopping.)
Are you looking for customized help on a particular project? I have a few spots open for new clients this fall. I can read your work, offer feedback, give reading & writing suggestions and meet with you at a convenient time. Email me to schedule our first session together (email@example.com).
Here’s to a generative and productive fall!
Politics and Prose bookstore class details:
MEMOIR WRITING WORKSHOP: WRITE YOUR MEMORIES INTO STORY (1688)
Session 1: Five Tuesdays: September 6, 13, 20, 27, October 4, 10 a.m. to noon
Session 2: Five Tuesdays: October 11, 18, November 1, 8, 15, 10 a.m. to noon
PUBLISHING YOUR MEMOIR: SUBMITTING TO JOURNALS, PRESSES AND AGENTS (1690) with literary agent and writer Cynthia Kane
Tuesday, October 4, 2 – 4 p.m.
MEMOIR WRITING: LEGAL, ETHICAL, AND MORAL CONCERNS (1689) with memoirist and law professor Martha Ertman
Tuesday, November 1, 1 to 3 p.m.
Looking for something else? I strongly recommend the classes at Politics and Prose offered by colleagues and friends Cynthia Kane, Linda Kulman and Rose Solari. You can find the full listing here.