Workshop at Pinney Library Branch–new session added!

Due to popular demand, I’m adding a second section to the free writing class starting at Pinney Library Branch in Madison on July 12.

We’ll spend six evenings discussing how to structure your stories, how to organize your project, and how to deal ethically with writing about living people. Each class includes time to share what you’ve written in a supportive environment. You may write on suggested topics or choose your own themes. The program is suitable for anyone 14 or older. Attendees should bring paper and pen/pencils for in-class exercises. Over six weeks you’ll produce up to five essays (3-5 pages) and a plan for writing more.

This workshop meets for 6 Thursday evenings, July 12-August 16. The 6:45-8:45 class is full but there should be room left in the 4:15-6:15 class after we accommodate the waiting list from the original evening class registration.

This free class meets at the Pinney Branch Library. To register, contact the library at 224-7100 or visit the library’s events page.


About first person productions

My blog "True Stories Well Told" is a place for people who read and write about real life. I’ve been leading life writing groups since 2004. I teach, coach memoir writers 1:1, and help people publish and share their life stories.
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