Learn the fundamentals of planning, structuring, and writing an effective essay with this online, free, 90 minute workshop taught by writer and NCCC professor, Shir Filler on May 23 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Participants will come away with an understanding of what makes a work of nonfiction powerful as well as a toolkit of ideas to improve narrative structure, engage readers, and hone their voice.
Location: Adirondack Center for Writing - 15 Broadway, Saranac LakeCost: Free (donations encouraged) During this month's drop in workshop, Nathalie Thill will teach a 90 minute workshop on oral storytelling. Participants will learn how to tell the best story they can and perhaps get ready to share it at the next Howl. Amateurs and seasoned … Continue reading A Storytelling Workshop for Everyone with Nathalie Thill
Using a combination of Expressive Arts and Amherst Writers & Artists methods, author Suzanne Rancourt will dive deep into current metaphor practices that engage readers with the Natural World. Participants will learn refreshing strategies to awaken our senses and hone our craft. Simple, experiential, and human. All skill levels and genres welcomed.
Wednesday - 11/8 - 7PMAdirondack Center for Writing 15 Broadway, Saranac Lake, 12983 This event is free and open to the public. We encourage registrants who can afford it to … Continue reading Chance: A Writing Workshop