February 4 through March 4
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Marybeth Lorbiecki, M.A
Have you ever wanted to write a book about key incidents in your life or capture memories to pass on to your children and grandchildren? Or perhaps you have this idea for a short story, novel, or work of nonfiction? Getting started and staying on task to finish can be excruciating. How can you craft your writing into something someone else might want to read? How do you organize it and make the characters come alive? What do you do once you have some written material? Everyone needs inspiration, mentors, and editors when they are writing. This course will get you started, keep you writing, and provide the strategies, tips, feedback, and support system to help you create the work you want and take it as far as you want.
Instructor Marybeth Lorbiecki, M.A, is the author of more than 30 books for adults and children. But she never forgets how hard it is to get started and keep going on each project. She has taught memoir writing classes and writing workshops for all ages. She has also served as adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin—River Falls, teaching advanced composition and a survey of children’s literature. To learn more about Lorbiecki, go to.