Do you long to memorialize the stories of your children or the stories of your own childhood to share with your family? Because mothers are multi-dimensional, would you also like to explore other aspects of your life through the craft of writing?
In this workshop series, you will find a safe and supportive community in which to write. Whether you are a brand new or more experienced writer, the AWA (Amherst Writers and Artist) method gives you an opportunity to write several times during every session. Because this is “new work”, just created and not edited or refined, it will come most directly from the heart. Everything we share is treated as fiction, and we respond to all writing with encouragement, confidentiality and respect.
We will write from evocative prompts, including poetry, prose, music and everyday objects. The emphasis always stays on the art of writing, rather than on any writer’s individual concerns.
Come with a notebook and pen, or a laptop, and get ready to write!
About DIANE B. FORMAN
Diane B. Forman is a writer, writing teacher/tutor, and AWA (Amherst Writers and Artists) affiliate, certified to lead workshops in the AWA method, as described in Writing Alone and With Others by Pat Schneider, Oxford University Press.
Diane holds an Ed.M from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.S. from Northwestern University in English and Education. She owned and operated an educational consulting and tutoring business in Lexington, MA for 25 years, serving the greater Boston area, before relocating to Newburyport in 2016. Diane enjoys sharing her love of writing and stories, as well as her belief that every person has a unique voice and can can create writing that is deep, important and has artistic value.
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Saturday, March 3 from 10:05am-12pm
Saturday, March 10 from 10:05am-12pm
Saturday, March 17 from 10:05am-12pm
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Saturday, April 7 from 10:05am-12pm
Saturday, April 14 from 10:05am-12pm