Whether you're just beginning or a seasoned writer, seize the day and start the story you've been meaning to write in this 6-week online writing workshop.

There are no available registration dates at this time.

Note: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom platform. 
Class will meet 6 Wednesdays 6:30-8:30pm ET (Feb 15, 22 & Mar 1, 8, 15, 22). 

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You know that story you have been meaning to write? It’s not gonna write itself. Seize the day, well six days, to be exact! There will be six, 2-hour online class sessions and time spent for individual feedback. Not everyone has a book in them but most people have one story they are driven to write. If you have been yearning to tell one particular story, this course is for you. You know, it’s the one that keeps you up at night, appears in your dreams, the one you have carried for many years. 

Are you ready to bring it to the page? Then stand back and let it heal, liberate and transform you? You will be supported with tools and techniques to get your idea and basic structure on paper and receive guidance on how to flesh out your story. Your colleagues will bear witness to your work through class sharing. See what you can accomplish in six weeks.

You won’t leave empty-handed. This workshop is intended for writers of all levels and both fiction and nonfiction works are accepted.

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Instructor: Teresa Piccari

Teresa Piccari is a lover of the written word across all genres. She is a career journalist and columnist, feature writer and also writes fiction and creative nonfiction. Piccari is at work on a poetry manuscript entitled Laying Down Armor. She has read at Tenants Harbor Poets and presented her nonfiction at several events. Piccari has been helping people tell their fiction and nonfiction stories for 25 years through a diverse palette of workshops including Memoir as a Journey 1, Memoir as a Journey 2, Return to Essence, If Not Now When, Creative Writing Toolbox and Sensory Writing. A native Philadelphian, she has called coastal Maine home for 18 years.