Once again, I am offering a free series of writing workshops for teens through the Kitchener Public Library. The workshops begin on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 and will be at the Forest Heights’ Branch from 4 to 5 pm. I’ll be working with teen writers to help them develop story ideas, write dialogue, create characters and add action and suspense to their writing. Check the KPL website for registration details.
Here’s what I’m doing later this month at the Kitchener Public Library. I ran a similar series of workshops earlier this year and had a fantastic time. It’s so much fun to be around creative teen writers. I always learn so much.
Writing Workshops for Teens
with Heather Wright, author of Writing Fiction: A Hands-On Guide for Teens
In a series of four 1-hour workshops, Heather will work with teen writers to help them develop story ideas, write dialogue, create characters and add action and suspense to their writing.
Heather Wright is a freelance writer and part-time professor at Conestoga College. She is a regular contributor of writing prompts to The Writer, and a former columnist for What If? Canada’s Creative Teen Magazine.
Register by calling Christy at 519-743-0271 ext. 277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mondays at 4 pm
October 31 – November 21
Country Hills Branch