June 28, 2006

STL Writer's Workshop: New Site, Classes

Over the past few years, I've taken a couple of workshops through the St. Louis Writers Workshop. (I found both of them to be helpful, though I'll confess that as a somewhat-reticent-to-read-in-public guy, the otherwise female-only class makeups were, um, interesting.) The winning combination of a tune-up with two former instructors and my long and abiding love of tea, makes think that an upcoming, one-day workshop in a couple disciplines might be worth a look-see.

The STLWW website has been updated and given a fresh look. Click through to the site for the full info, but here's a short version of the single-day, The Right to Write workshop, coming up on July 23. And, yes, tea is involved.

Sunday, July 23, 2006
at Rainbow Village/Neve Shalom
1240 Dautel Ln.
Creve Coeur, Missouri 63146

Join us for a full day of writing, talking about writing, sharing writing, meeting writers, finding the writer within...

and

tea making for creativity
meditation as spiritual preparation for writing
music to release the deep story

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Adults sign up for any two of these one-hour sessions:

TALKING POETRY with Rabbi James Stone Goodman

CHAPTER ONE AND BEYOND with Denise Pattiz Bogard

TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT with Julie Earhart

THE WHOLE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH with Kathleen Finneran

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Teens (incoming 6th through 12th) sign up for:
(session runs two hours)

TEENS WHO WRITE with Seema Mukhi

Posted by Thomas Crone at 05:58 PM | Poetry & Literature
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