Write Your Life with Teri Carter: Workshop 6 of 6
April 18 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
“Write Your Life,” 6-Part Writing Workshop with Teri Carter
Saturdays, March 14, March 21, March 28, April 4, April 11 & April 18
9:30am to 11am
Early Bird Price (20% January Discount): $160 for 6 Classes
Regular Price: $200 for 6 Classes
All fees donated to JSP nature and art programming.
Writing our real-life stories sounds easy and even enjoyable until we sit down with a sheet of paper and feel immediately stuck. Where do I start? Can I write that about my mother, my kids, my job? How do I approach family secrets, abuses, taboos? What if I write my story and someone tells me I remembered it all wrong? We will take on the anxieties and fears around writing and provide you with tools to help turn down the noise and start writing your story.
This class will take place at Josephine Sculpture Park indoors and outdoors, as weather permits.
Registration Required: Maximum 8 Students
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About the Instructor
Teri Carter writes about politics and women’s rights for the Herald-Leader, the New York Times, and The Washington Post, and she is working on a memoir about step-parenting. She mentors writers at the Carnegie Center in Lexington and teaches classes in memoir writing, personal essays, newspaper opinion, and developing essay collections. For more information about Teri and her work, visit her website at TeriCarter.net.