Why not try to write down your stories and see what happens?
Every life is a story. Some are humble, some are full of drama, and some alternate between fulfillment and turmoil. But each day one tells a story, composed of the bits and pieces we call everyday life.
The Clearwater Library Foundation is offering an eight-week memoir-writing workshop, for writers of all levels who want to explore the genre. Popular examples include Eat, Pray, Love; Tuesdays with Morrie; Just Kids; and The Year of Magical Thinking. The class covers how to share personal experiences, shape them into narrative form and provides opportunities to gain experience through brief in-class writing assignments, including useful commentary that is shared among the group. Registration is required.
Annemarie Micklo, the workshop facilitator, is a writer and editor with more than 40 years of experience. Her published articles and poetry have appeared in national magazines and newspapers and been broadcast on California's Pacifica radio network.
The class meets Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., February 4 through March 25 at the Clearwater Main Library, 100 N. Osceola Ave. Space is limited. For further information or questions please contact the Clearwater Library Foundation (727) 562-4970 x 5189.
These beautiful volumes will be a wonderful edition to your home library or the perfect gift for someone who loves to read.
Printed on acid-neutral paper with permanently bound-in satin ribbon page markers, each volume is meticulously bound in premium leather with a hubbed spine accented with 22k gold and gilded page ends.
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For further information or questions please contact the Clearwater Library Foundation (727) 562-4970 x 5189.
Established in 1984 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the Clearwater Library Foundation has a long history of providing significant monetary contributions to the Clearwater Public Library System, thereby, enriching and enhancing the collections, programs and services provided to the community.
Over the years the Foundation has funded the purchase of special collections, thousands of books, youth service programs, a puppet theatre/stage, memorial & honor book tributes, preservation of the Clearwater Sun newspaper, a Teen Summer Intern Program, in addition to numerous enhancements for the branch libraries and the new Main Library.
The Foundation is a membership organization dependent solely on member dues and donor contributions. Your membership or contribution will assist the Foundation to continue as an important factor in the excellent quality of the Clearwater Library System. It will also speak volumes about your commitment to family, education and the quality of life in our community.