0371) WRITING A LIFE: A MEMOIR WORKSHOP
 

There are many ways to write about a life: A book-length project to be shared with children or grandchildren; first-person narratives about pivotal events or experiences; prose poems. In this workshop, we will share our life stories and receive encouragement and critique on them. In-class exercises and prompts will take writers in unexpected directions. No prior writing experience required. Limited to 10. THERESA BURNS holds an MFA in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her poems, reviews and non-fiction have appeared in The New York Times, Prairie Schooner, Bellevue Literary Review, New Ohio Review, America Magazine and Journal of the American Medical Association and elsewhere. She is the curator of Watershed Literary Events in NJ and has taught writing at Seton Hall University, FIT and the 92nd Street Y.