Multi-Week Program: Writing Workshop: What’s in a Story?
Thursdays, February 25 - April 7 (no session March 24) 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Writing Workshop: What’s in a Story?
Thursdays, February 25 – April 7 (no session March 24)
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Athol Public Library Program Room
Free and Open to the Public
For Adults and Teens 16 or older
Registration is REQUIRED
Please register by calling 978.249.9515
Join Diane Kane and Clare Panni for this 6-week workshop in which each participant will craft a story.
This workshop is for beginning and intermediate writers who want to learn more about the building blocks of writing and to share their own knowledge and ideas with other writers.
These classes are for anyone who loves to write, fiction or non-fiction, whether you hope to publish or write for your own enjoyment.
We'll explore a different topic each week -
Week 1: Titles and First Lines: Reeling in the Reader
Week 2: Who Are You? Developing Character
Week 3: Where Are You Taking Me? Developing Plot
Week 4: Make Me Laugh: Using Humor in All Genres
Week 5: Never Leave Them Hanging: Wrapping Up Your Story
Week 6: Tell Me a Story: Read Your Story or Listen to Others
Limited to 15 participants.
Adults and teens, ages 16 and up.
Please commit to all six sessions, February 25 - April 7. (No session March 24.)
Clare Kirkwood Panni is a multi-talented writer, craft artist, and chef. She graduated from The Culinary Institute of America and has worked as a private chef. Her craft work has been displayed at The Gardner Museum Festival of Trees. She has written articles for the National Postal Magazine. Her articles and poetry have also been published in local newspapers.
Diane Kane has loved the art of writing since grade school, inspired by her grandmother. She writes short stories of fiction and non-fiction as well as poetry. For many years Diane directed the pre-school story hour as well as elementary school monthly visitations at the Phillipston Library. Her self-published children’s book Brayden the Brave is dedicated to Children’s Hospital of Boston.
Both Clare and Diane belong to a local writers group and currently work at the Athol Post Office.
Free and open to the public!
Posted: to Athol Library News on Thu, Feb 4, 2016
Updated: Fri, Feb 5, 2016