Monday April 13, 2015
2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Organization: Women's Health Resource Center
Capture your story in a meaningful, fun and productive way. In this four-part series we will apply the building blocks of fiction to your memoir to help you create dynamic characters and build that all-important dramatic tension in your work. Students will read their work aloud and receive feedback in a supportive environment. To that end, please bring one to two pages to read aloud for the first class.
Recommended text: Writing Life Stories, by Bill Roorbach
Mondays, April 13-May 4
Katharine Britton is author of Her Sister's Shadow and LIttle Island (Berkley Books, Penguin, USA). She has a Master's degree in Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and a Master's in Education from the University of Vermont, and has taught at the Writer's Center, Colby Sawyer College, and the Institute for Lifelong Education at Dartmouth. She was a Moondance Film Festival winner and a finalist in the New England Women in Film and Television contest. She writes reviews for the New York Journal of Books.
All classes take place at the Women's Health Resource Center, on the mall Lebanon, unless otherwise noted.
- Space is limited, so please pre-register by calling 603-650-2600.
- All classes must be paid for in full, one week before they begin, and we are unable to provide refunds for a program after that date.
- WHRC reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment.
- In case of bad weather, class cancellations will be made on the day of the class: by 2:30 pm for evening classes, and by 8:30 am for daytime classes.
- Scholarships are available from donations made to the WHRC FRIENDS program.
- Some managed care plans are now offering reimbursement to their subscribers for participation in our health care classes. Call your employer or insurance customer representative to find out if you are eligible.