‘Writing for Work, Writing for Self, Writing for Survival’
Workshop Series Continues, Second Class is Sunday December 8 at 3:30 PM
PROVIDENCE, RI – Need help with your writing? Looking to share what you’ve composed with a larger audience? Time to start securing grants for work? There is help available.
“Writing for Work, Writing for Self, Writing for Survival” is a workshop series being organized and led by Reza Clifton – an award-winning writer and media producer who has written creatively for nearly 3 decades and as a journalist, project manager and grant writer for 10 of those years. The Writing for Survival workshop series will include sessions on writing daily and overcoming writer’s block, writing and presenting for drama and performance, writing to win grants and manage projects, and sharing poetry and essays online.
The classes will be held every Sunday in December at The Mediator Fellowship, 50 Rounds Ave. in the Reservoir Triangle section of Providence, RI. Attendees will be able to pay per class ahead of time or on the day of the class. Interested participants can all also pre-register for all four sessions at a discount, and scholarships/discounts are available (email email@example.com to inquire).
The second class will be held Sunday, December 8 from 3:30-5:30 PM and the topic is Writing for Drama, Performance, and Public Speaking. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-217-9680.
Writing for Work
Writing for Self
Writing for Survival
Four-week Writing Workshop Series
Sunday, Dec 8, 2013
The Mediator Stage
50 Rounds Ave.
Providence, RI, 02907
$30.00 per workshop
$100.00 for all four
December 1 – Session 1 – Intro, Writing Daily, Overcoming Writer’s Block and Other Obstacles
December 8 – Session 2 – Writing for Drama, Performance, and Public Speaking
December 15 – Bonus Session / Open Mic / Performance Opp for Students
December 22 – Session 3 – Grant Writing and Writing for Project Management
December 29 – Session 4 – Sharing Poetry and Essays Online