Writing at Fruitlands, with Winona Winkler Wendth
This program is presented by SBWC in partnership with Fruitlands Museum.
Rescheduled for Spring 2019
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102 Prospect Hill Road, Harvard Massachusetts
Enjoy two two-hour sessions of reading and writing inspired by those who lived in and near Fruitlands. Discover how a sense of place affects a writer’s work as you complete one draft and revision of a personal essay or a very short piece of fiction. The workshop is limited to eight attendees.
Winona Winkler Wendth holds an MFA in literature and writing with an emphasis on creative non-fiction from the Bennington Writing Seminars. She currently teaches writing and literature at Quinsigamond Community College. She has been a resident of Lancaster since 1992, and a writing mentor since 2007, and has been a workshop leader in Lancaster for the past two years. Her work appears frequently in print and online literary journals and was listed in Best American Essays/2010. She writes both fiction and creative non-fiction and is working on a collection of memoiristic essays as well as a short novel.
To register, please visit the Fruitlands website.
Workshop Fee: $60 for members and $75 for non-members