Do you love stories, books, and poems? Crave the inspiration, support, and space to try writing your own pieces? Come explore how to jump start and sustain your writing!
In this 90-minute session, we’ll focus on ways to ignite, explore, and expand your creative process, as well as introduce the different stages of the writing process across any genre. You’ll leave with new ideas and ways to deepen and sustain a writing practice beyond the session. Please bring a journal/notebook/paper and pen or pencil, and/or your laptop, for jotting notes and ideas.
Great for beginners as well as those with writing experience.
About the instructor: Drea Edwards www.dreaedwards.com
After a 30-year business career, Drea woke up one day and remembered the forgotten path in the woods, and now is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry focused on themes of connectedness, hope, and forgiveness, frequently juxtaposed with the magic of the natural world. She earned her undergraduate in English Literature from Boston University and MA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University, where she is currently pursuing her MFA. Drea and her husband divide time between winters in MA & RI, and summers at their crooked off-grid cabin in the White Mountains of NH, where she sits on rocks and befriends old trees. Her deepest desire is to share words and stories that are valuable to others, contributing to a more connected world.