December 5, 2010

Next Write To Connect workshop starts January 8th!

Everyone is at least a little bit afraid of writing. Even novelists, poets, and professional writers experience some dread in front of a blank screen or page. But everyone feels the thrill of risk and surprise when they find just the rights words to carry their voice.

Through fun and unconventional experiments, Write To Connect can help you expand and clarify your voice in writing. You can use Write To Connect classes to focus on creative or practical writing, such as:
* personal statements for jobs and self-advocacy
* social media to meet new people and express viewpoints
* poems and stories to give shape to your imagination

Take a Write To Connect class!

Where: LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 214 Grove near Civic Center BART.

When:  4 Saturdays in January (January 8, 15, 22 and 29th) Class will be from 12 noon to 2pm.

How: Bring something to write with (laptop, slate and stylus, pen and paper, etc). $5 to $20 per class, suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Who: Anyone—writers and non-writers, students, seniors, professionals.

RSVP by January1st.

Questions? Contact Amber DiPietra at 415 867 1124, amberdipietra@yahoo.com