Young Adult Creative Writing Classes Coming To Library
C.H. Booth Library is offering a series of creative writing sessions for young adults in grades six through eight.The Young Adult Creative Writing program is funded by the Friends of the C.H. Booth Library. For more information, contact Kim Weber, Young Adult Librarian. Sign up online at chboothlibrary.org or call 203-426-4533.
The next workshop, which will begin after the New Year, will explore the tools of fiction: character, place, situation, and conflict. Each session will allow time for writing, sharing, and discussing stories in progress.
Death in a Family Business. He is currently writing a new novel and translating a book of Japanese short stories.
Author and teacher Wally Wood is returning to lead the five-week workshop. He received his MA in creative writing from the City University of New York, has written or edited 21 business books, and has published three novels - most recently
Caitlin Farrell, a creative writing alumna, will be assisting Mr Wood with the workshop.
The group will meet in the library from 6 to 8 pm, on five consecutive Tuesday evenings, from January 3 to 31.
The class is limited to ten students, and participants are expected to attend all five sessions. Preference is given to Newtown students and residents. There is no fee.