Writing Workshop with Dan White
4 Weekly meetings on Wednesday evenings
6:00-8:00pm Oct 30th - Nov 20th, 2019
This class, which is open to beginning and advanced writers, will experiment with unconventional and creative ways to spark new ideas and push through writer’s block. Each week we'll try new ways to help you feel more inspired to tackle your projects and learn how play can unlock creativity, with on-the-spot exercises, close readings and improvisations. You will leave the class with ideas on how to start and develop your creative works, from poems to short stories to plays and creative nonfiction. You will also gain an understanding of the tricks and tools that writers use to generate fresh ideas. Participants will also learn to identify and defeat the forces that can thwart or deaden creativity
Held at the Catamaran Literary Studio, at the Tannery Arts Center
1050 River St., Studio #118, Santa Cruz, California.
Dan White is the author of the family camping book Under The Stars, and the hiking adventure book The Cactus Eaters. He has taught composition at Columbia University and San Jose State. He is the contributing editor of Catamaran, and received his MFA from Columbia University. He lives in Santa Cruz, California with his wife and daughter.