According to novelist Nancy Thayer, “It’s never too late...in life or in fiction...to revise.”
Given honest and constructive feedback, students will learn to “cut and prune” their stories as they organize a kaleidoscope of random recollections. The art of memoir writing and supportive ways to deliver and receive constructive criticism will be discussed. Each participant will bring a completed story to class. The group will respond to the story, discussing memorable “hot spots” as well as places that could be stronger,
funnier, or more “real.” No prior writing experience is required, just a desire to strengthen the impact of your writing.
Instructor Caroline Janover is an award-winning author of four novels and a play for children and young adults. A recipient of the New Jersey Governor’s Outstanding Teacher Award, Caroline has spent her professional career working in public and private school education. Caroline has dyslexia and lectures nationally about the creative gifts and academic challenges of children with learning differences and ADHD. She is currently working on a memoir.
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