Join us for a series workshops for writers of fiction and creative non–fiction. Each intensive workshop offers an overview of essential elements of the craft of writing: developing character and voice; creating a sense of place and the use of objects and atmosphere; and, learning and honing the skills of self-editing and revision. Sessions will com bine craft lectures, analysis of short in–class readings, genera tive writing exercises, and work shopping or sharing your work with and receiving feedback from the group. Workshops will be held monthly at the Temple University Ambler campus on Saturday mornings from 9 AM to 12 PM. Choose one, two or all three classes.
Instructor: Miriam Camitta, PhD, MFA
Miriam Camitta, PhD, MFA, writes short fiction, poetry, and memoir, and is working on a novel about gentrification and highway planning. She taught at the University of Pennsylvania for over thirty years. Currently, she teaches literature in the Non-Credit Division of Temple University and is a prose editor at Cleaver Magazine.
Temple Ambler Campus; 9 AM to 12 PM
- Sat., Sept. 22: Developing character and voice
- Sat., Oct. 20: Creating a sense of place and atmosphere
- Sat., Nov. 17: Learning and honing the skills of selfediting and revision
$185 when you register for all three workshops at the time of registration (when registering over the phone, or mailing in payment by check).