Fiction & Creative Nonfiction

Narrative Writing: Getting It Down on the Page

Public Domain Image: How Creativity Works

Join me for this virtual two session-workshop on July 15 and July 23rd, 7-8:15 pm

Whether overwhelmed by life’s daily pressures, simply unsure how to start, or facing a bad case of writer’s block, this two-session workshop focuses on exercises that can help you clear your mind, identify story ideas, and get you writing (again). The first workshop session will consist of a brief lecture on the role of narrative writing in helping people cope with stress and trauma and a series of writing exercises to help students identify and potentially let go of those issues or concerns that may be interfering with their ability to create. The second session will focus on how students can build and expand upon those exercises to get those meaningful narratives, either fact-based or fiction, down on the page, allowing us to reconnect with ourselves and others. This workshop can benefit both new writers and seasoned writers who need some help jump-starting their creativity.

To register, sign up here through Arts Mid-Hudson

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