5:45 – 7:45 pm
Memoir and fiction writers draw on the same sources for inspiration: experience, observation, and point of view. They use their skills to express private visions in a universal art form. Through a series of writing exercises, participants will re-create their experiences, re-examine their points of view, and use fiction techniques to expand their discoveries into finished work. Participants will have a chance to read work aloud and gain helpful feedback in a supportive atmosphere. Writers of all levels are welcome.
Enid Powell has led numerous writing workshops in the Chicago area over the past twenty years and has published creative non-fiction, personal essays, poetry, and fiction, including a recent book of short stories, To Tell You the Truth… and Other Fictions. She holds an M.A. in English with a Creative Writing specialty from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Two sessions, $90.