Time: January 23, 2010 at 11am to April 3, 2010 at 1pm
Location: Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle
Street: 7707 17th Avenue NW
Website or Map: http://www.corbinlewars.com/s…
Event Type: class
Organized By: Corbin Lewars
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2009
Have you ever wanted to write about your experience with motherhood, but never had the time or energy? The Momoir Project offers writing classes for mothers interested in learning how to translate their personal stories into words. Whether you want to write as a keepsake for yourself, your children, or to publish in a newspaper, magazine or book, these supportive classes will help you get started and inspired. Classes are open to all kinds of moms, and all kinds of writers.
The classes are led by Corbin Lewars and will be held every other week in order to give participants time to keep up on the writing and reading assignments. We will meet for six sessions in the Ballard Neighborhood of Seattle starting Saturday, January 23 from 11-1:00 pm. Register now to participate in this fabulous experience!
For more details and examples of students work check out: www.themomoir project.com.
To register via paypal, visit http://www.corbinlewars.com/speaking_engagements
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the facilitator: Corbin Lewars (www.corbinlewars.com) is an editor, writing instructor, author, and mother of two. Her memoir, Creating a Life is being published this winter, her novel Swings is out for submission, her zine Reality Mom is in it's seventh year of publishing, and her essays have been featured in Mothering, Hip Mama, Midwifery Today, A Wild Ride, Stories with Grace, and numerous of other publications. She was the editor of Verve, a Seattle women's magazine, and Mamaphiles 3, an anthology of mother writers. She has taught at Shoreline Community College, North Seattle Community College, Antioch University, Richard Hugo House and in Seattle public schools.