Virtual classes on Wednesday evenings:
June 22, July 13 and August 3
Instructor: Maria Giura
No experience necessary, just a notebook, pen and sense of curiosity and fun!
Wednesdays, June 22 and July 13, 7 to 8:45 pm. Summer is the warmest season of the year, but the word also means a strong beam or capstone that holds something up or together. At these workshops, you will have the opportunity to reflect on and write your memories of the season or of those people and things that have supported you throughout the years.
Wednesday, August 3: 7 to 9 pm: This Revision Workshop is limited to six participants who have attended at least one CB Writing Workshop and have one or two pages of writing (double spaced) that they’d like constructive feedback on. The instructor’s and group’s feedback will help each participant move forward with their writing. After you register, you will be given an email address to send your two pages to the instructor before this session.
The fee for each workshop is $30 non-members, $27 members
There is a member discount for family members.
Register for one, two,
or all three workshops:
Part 1: Wednesday, June 22
Part 2: Wednesday, July 13
Part 3: Wednesday, Aug. 3
About the Instructor:
Maria Giura is the author of Celibate: A Memoir (Apprentice House) and What My Father Taught Me (Bordighera Press). Her writing has appeared in Prime Number, Presence, (Voices in) Italian Americana, Lips, Tiferet, and Paterson Literary Review. She has won awards from the Academy of American Poets, the Independent Press, and the Center for Women Writers, and was a judge for the Lauria/ Frasca Poetry Award. She has taught at St. John’s University, Montclair State, and Binghamton University where she earned her PhD in English.
For more information: https://www.mariagiura.com/
Banner Image: Writing Workshop Graphic. Image Credit – Casa Belvedere