Sat, Sep 24|
Class with a Glass
From Journal to Story with Lorna Rose-Hahn
Write on the River and Lorna Rose-Hahn present, "From Journal to Story: Writing for resilience, writing your life." We will discuss how we find resilience through journaling, how to make sense of your story and how to tell your story in an artful way.
Time & Location
Sep 24, 2022, 10:00 AM
Class with a Glass, 134 N Mission St, Wenatchee, WA 98801, USA
About the Event
Write on the River and Lorna Rose-Hahn present, "From Journal to Story: Writing for resilience, writing your life."
This hybrid event will be hosted in-person at Class with a Glass studio in Wenatchee and streamed via Zoom for registered attendees.
About the workshop This workshop works to build a bridge from journal to memoir. Through journaling, we lay claim to our experiences. Through memoir, including personal essay, we tell our story as a form of art. In this course, we explore how to turn those journal entries into a story. We will discuss how we find resilience through journaling, how to make sense of your story and how to tell your story in an artful way.
Geared toward new writers of nonfiction, but all are welcome.
About the speaker Lorna is a Pacific Northwest writer and speaker. Her narrative nonfiction and poetry have been recognized by Pacific Northwest Writers Association and the Oregon Poetry Association, and have appeared or are forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, Jellyfish Review, About Place Journal, Writers Resist, and elsewhere. She serves on the Boards of the Oregon Poetry Association and Alaska Writers Guild, and is former president of Write On The River. She is at work on a memoir about going from LA party girl to trail worker in rural Alaska, a project that started through journaling. When not wrangling her two small children, she fantasizes about being interviewed on NPR’s Fresh Air. More at www.lornarose.com