Writing Your Best Life Workshop
Creative Aging Memoir Workshop for adults 55+
Mondays, JAN 10, 24 & 31 and FEB 7, 14 & 28
Tuesdays, JAN 18 & FEB 22 (when library is closed Mondays for Martin Luther King, Jr Day & Presidents Day)
Click here to register starting WED, DEC 1; limited to 12 people, with priority given to those who can commit to all 8 weeks
Have you thought about writing a memoir, journal, travel log or blog, but are daunted by the process? Local author Greg Zeigler will help you get started! Your story will grow session by session, until you have a polished manuscript at the end-of-workshop party. While working on your piece, you'll be part of a community of writers, helping others in the class edit and improve their work. Skills learned will include: story ideas, research, outlining, editing, finding your voice, conflict and conflict resolution, and rewriting.
Enhance your love of living through writing!
About the instructor
Greg Zeigler is a life-long educator, writer, speaker and environmentalist. He is a former NOLS instructor and Executive Director of the Teton Science School. His first book was a memoir called Travels With Max: In Search of Steinbeck’s America Fifty Years Later (workshop participants will receive a complimentary copy); he is also the author of the Jake Goddard and Susan Brand eco-thriller trilogy: The Straw that Broke, Some Say Fire, and Rare as Earth.
About Creative Aging
A partnership between the Wyoming State Library, and Lifetime Arts, supporting instructional arts programming for adults 55+, Creative Aging in Wyoming Public Libraries is made possible through a partnership between the Wyoming State Library, Wyoming Arts Council, and Lifetime Arts with funding from the Wyoming Community Foundation and the May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust. Stay tuned for the next workshop, Learning to Draw.