Yearning to write but unsure how to begin?
Join award winning author and educator Lucy Black for this two-part virtual writing workshop designed for novice writers.
Form new writing friendships and share ideas with other creative minds in a relaxed and supportive environment.
Lucy will take you back to the basics to refresh your memory on writing structure and the key elements of a short story. Then we will kick it up a notch by practicing different methods of story starting.
Wednesday, December 15, 2021, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Live on Zoom
Participants will complete this hands-on virtual workshop having developed some confidence about how to effectively begin writing the introduction to their stories.
Please register for this FREE workshop below. Once registered, you will be contacted with the ZOOM link and details for picking up your workshop handout materials
Lucy E.M. Black is a Canada-based writer and an educator. The stories of the young people whom she has worked with have shaped her professional life as well as that of her storytelling.
Lucy studied creative writing at the undergraduate level and later earned her master's degree in nineteenth-century British Fiction. She has also been a student at the Sage Hill School of Writing and the Humber College School of Writing.
Lucy received the "Writer of Distinction" award from Humber College for her manuscript on the plight of Irish immigrants in 1870s Ontario