Dust off your memories on the road (or in the air! or by boat!) and join Kristen Fogle, executive director of San Diego Writers, Ink for a generative writing class inspired by your favorite travel stories. Whether you are working on memoir, personal essays, journal entries, or merely writing for fun, our travel stories are worth preserving (and a lot of fun to revisit). We will work from visual, written, and auditory prompts in this casual, interactive, online session. Sharing is optional, but do come ready to write! Please also bring one travel memento that you feel comfortable sharing with the group!
We will run this session via an online meetings platform and be together virtually by video.
Who this workshop is for: This workshop is for any writer who wants to explore their writing in a supportive environment, and uncover memories to aide in writing projects.
Focus: any - Generative Writing
Group size: 8 writers
Submissions: No submissions, but writers will have the option of sharing the work they write in the workshop with the group.
Members: $36; Non-members: $36
Kristen Fogle is the executive director of San Diego Writers, Ink, as well as a freelance editor, writer, instructor, teaching artist, and theatrical performer/director. She earned a BA in Communication Studies from California State University, Northridge and a MA in Rhetoric and Writing Studies (teaching emphasis) from San Diego State University. She has a teaching artist training certification from Young Audiences San Diego and a certificate in Non-Profit Management from Brandman University. She was recently recognized as a Woman Who Impacts San Diego by San Diego Metro Magazine, a Woman of the Year nominee by San Diego Magazine, and named the Person of the Year for Rising Arts Leaders San Diego in 2018.
Sunday, May 5th, 1-3pm ET (10-12pm PT)
There will be no submissions, but sharing is optional.