September 10, 2016: Mining Our Lives for Story

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Facilitator Lynne Golodner believes “storytelling, relationships and higher purpose are the building blocks of a great life.” In this workshop, Lynne will show us how to take the raw material of our lives and turn it into essays and creative non-fiction. Fiction and non-fiction writers alike will learn Lynne’s story-building craft that shapes the personal into the universal. Even poets can learn from the laser-sharp focus of a journalist how to pack the right details and words into a tight space for the biggest impact.

Lynne Golodner (www.lynnegolodner.com) is the author of eight books, a journalist with thousands of articles to her name, writing coach, writing professor, and a spiritual entrepreneur who is the founder of Your People (www.yourppl.com), a marketing and public relations company.

  • September 10, 12-3 pm
  • Lunch included for $15
  • Location: Detroit Public Library
  • 5201 Woodward Avenue
Reserve a seat and lunch here

 

 

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For more information on DWW and its programs, contact Program Director Cynthia Harrison at cindy AT cynthiaharrison DOT com