Shameless Self-Promotion for LocalsPosted: October 7, 2010
Do you have a story to tell? Stories last forever! Especially well-told stories.
“Creative Nonfiction: Writing My Real Life Stories” is designed not only for people who want to write and preserve family stories, but also for aspiring writers wanting to learn the basics of creative nonfiction. Creative nonfiction is the telling of true stories in an artful and compelling way. Sessions (4 classes) offer the fun of recalling and reliving memories, as well as solid instruction and hands-on experience—from that scary first blank page to a completed story. Scenemaking, character, dialogue, description, and detail—we study it all!
Write your story; have it coil-bound (or framed!) for a holiday gift! Do it now!
Classes are Wednesdays, November 3, 10, 17, 24 from 10:00 – 11:00 and Wednesdays, December 1, 8, 15 from 10:00 – 11:30, at the Franklin Recreation Center, 1120 Hillsboro Road, Franklin 37064. Cost – $48. Call 615.790.5719 to register.
Classes are led by Kathy Rhodes, author of Pink Butterbeans: Stories from the heart of a Southern woman, editor and publisher of Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal, and co-editor of Gathering: Writers of Williamson County. Rhodes is Founder and Senior Writer/Editor of TurnStyle Writing, Editing & Publishing (turnstylewriters.com) and a co-director of the national Oxford Creative Nonfiction Conference in Oxford, Mississippi, November 11-14 (cnfoxford.com).