When the SR is once again open, be ready for surprises. The fireplace is gone, along with the piano. The toilet has been replaced. The kitchen will look different and have a microwave. Floors will change. So at least one benefit from lock-down is freedom to update the place. Thanks to all who have made suggestions.
WRITING FROM MEMORY OR IMAGINATION WITH NICOLE ZIMMERMANTUESDAYS, OCT 6 – NOV 10, 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Zoom
Each writing workshop follows the Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA) method, with prompts to spark memory or imagination and supportive feedback to bolster our creative practice. Participants find a safe environment in which to experiment, learn craft, and develop each unique voice. All genres and experience levels are welcome.
$150 for the 6-week series; no drop-ins. Space is limited.
Nicole R. Zimmerman, MFA, is a 2019 recipient of Creative Sonoma's Discovered Awards for Emerging Literary Artists. Her work appears in the Los Angeles Times, Creative Nonfiction, Sonora Review and The Rumpus, among other publications. She is an AWA affiliate, certified to lead workshops.For information or to register: https://www.nicolerzimmerman.com/workshops/
The prompt this year is to write about the word and your concept of HOME, be it in the past/present/future or all three.
Please write about your thoughts/memories/resonance with HOME. Whatever you can get together about this hospitable topic on one page of prose, one poem, one (or two or three)
drawings, even one song will be published if received on, or better yet before, April 1. 2021.
For details on contributing go to Publish Page.