Instructor: Susannah Risley
In this time of social isolation, how do we celebrate our feelings of oness with people and nature? Are we really so alone?
In this three-session (May 23, 30, June 6) workshop, we will use the writings of poets, nature and fiction writers throughout time who have explored these themes.
This workshop is interactive and open to a variety of writing forms. Participants will share their writing in a safe and comfortable environment.
Susannah Risley, fiction writer, lives in Schenectady, NY. For over 20 years she has facilitated writing workshops in libraries, schools, homeless shelters, senior centers, nature preserves and prisons throughout New York State. Her workshops have focused on nature, travel, memoir, war and creative writing.
She held a Fellowship at the MacDowell Colony and received a National Endowment for the Arts teaching grant. Currently, she is working on a novel about her French-Canadian family and a memoir of childhood.
[NOTE: A link to the Zoom call will be emailed to you the day before each session. This will allow you to access the video workshop at the time scheduled.]
$30 / $20 Members (This includes all three of the two-hour sessions)