Fall Creative Writing Workshop - 4 Sessions

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Each workshop will be comprised of three components: in-class critique/feedback of a writer's work, writing techniques, discussion of master works as they relate to the fundamentals. Writers will share their work in a safe and supportive environment. We'll have a great time and learn a lot.
*This mini workshop is open to serious fiction (all genres), narrative nonfiction and memoir writers.

*The workshop meets Saturday September 17, 24, October 1 and 15 from 10:30am - 12:00pm. (No class October 8)

*Each writer will have a private, one-on-one feedback session with me for an in-depth discussion of his or her work.

*The workshop is limited to 4 writers. Two writers are already signed up!

*Cost…

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Each workshop will be comprised of three components: in-class critique/feedback of a writer's work, writing techniques, discussion of master works as they relate to the fundamentals. Writers will share their work in a safe and supportive environment. We'll have a great time and learn a lot.
*This mini workshop is open to serious fiction (all genres), narrative nonfiction and memoir writers.

*The workshop meets Saturday September 17, 24, October 1 and 15 from 10:30am - 12:00pm. (No class October 8)

*Each writer will have a private, one-on-one feedback session with me for an in-depth discussion of his or her work.

*The workshop is limited to 4 writers. Two writers are already signed up!

*Cost covers all 4 sessions in this workshop.

*Writers can submit up to 15 pages of a novel excerpt or a short story. Each writer will receive two sessions of feedback (total of 30 pages).

*Never been part of a writing workshop before? No worries. I'll send more specific details to all writers in the workshop via a group message.

*Visit the website or email me for more details: http://www.thewriterssalon.com

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Jacquelin Cangro · The Writers' Salon I am the editor of The Subway Chronicles: Scenes from Life in New York, published in 2006 by Penguin/Plume. I have an MFA in creative writing from Georgia State University and worked in the New York publishing business for 12 years. For three years I taught literature courses at the College of New Rochelle As a freelance editor, I’ve reviewed dozens of fiction manuscripts, providing writers with feedback to revise their novels.

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