In May, I will be teaching another session of my workshop, "Motherhood on the Page: Read and Write the Mothering Experience." Online registration is now available.
Motherhood is a broad topic, but what does it mean to you? Learn to express your particular motherhood experience—be it joy, ambivalence, depression, or anything in between—in this writing workshop, which will address both the challenges and benefits of writing as a mother. First, we will examine literary strategies employed in nonfiction and poetry by writers like Louise Erdich, Anne Lamott, and Beth Ann Fennelly. Then we will explore those techniques on the page through writing prompts. Writers of all levels are welcome.
Saturday, May 14, 2016, 1:30-4:30 p.m., Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 3
Cost: Before April 14th - $35 After April 14th - $45
Feedback from Former Participants of "Motherhood on the Page"
"Thank you! Much needed space to reconnect with writing."
"It gave me a good platform to start writing."
"Thoughtful, safe space for exploring."
"The writing exercises were wonderful! They helped me open my writing side back up."