Run by writer and writing teacher, Diane Forman, this new workshop will provide an opportunity to write family or personal stories using your special photographs. From these photos, as well as creative, evocative prompts, you’ll learn to transform memories into rich stories which can eventually be made into a book.
REGISTRATION: The Writers’ Workshop has typically been very popular and generates a waiting list. In order to create a safe writing space, only those registered may attend. It is recommended that participants plan to attend all four sessions.
Please bring two memorable, favorite photographs, and a notebook or laptop to the first class.
Thank you for registering for this excellent free program, sponsored by the Friends of the Newbury Town Library and the Concil on Aging. Register once to register for the four week series.
About DIANE FORMAN: Diane Forman is a writer, writing teacher/tutor, and AWA (Amherst Writers and Artists) certified workshop leader. She has published in HuffPost, AARP The Ethyl, Boston Globe, WBUR Cognoscenti and elsewhere. Diane holds an Ed.M from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.S. from Northwestern University.
Generously sponsored by the Council on Aging and the Friends of the Newbury Town Library.