Candlelight Writers Workshops at River Bend
Candlelight Writing Workshops are held spring, fall, and winter at River Bend Bookshop, as a motivator for writing, as a community builder for writers, and as a teaching tool.
Here's what is going on at River Bend for writers:
Writers' Accountability Group
Candlelight Writing Workshops and River Bend sponsor a Writers' Accountability Group that meets regularly at the bookshop. It's free and open to all writers to share a few paragraphs of ongoing work. Group meetings are scheduled for January 13th and February 10th, at 6:30pm.
Workshops - Registration Required
Register now: Send an email to janegordonjulien@gmail[dot]com
For Information Visit Candlelight Writing Workshops
Winter Workshop 1: Mastering the Fundamentals of Story
A four-week course designed to help you hone your writing skills.
When: 6:30 p.m., four Wednesdays starting Jan. 8 at River Bend Bookshop, 2217 Main St., Glastonbury
Cost: $150 / Course is now full.
Winter Workshop 2: The Art of the Essay
Are you yearning to start writing again? An essay is one of the simplest forms to begin.
When: 6:30 p.m., four Wednesdays starting Feb. 5 at River Bend Bookshop, 2217 Main St., Glastonbury
Cost: $160 / Space is limited.
Candlelight Writing Workshops offers free weekly writing prompts. Go to https://janegordonjulien.
Candlelight Writers Workshops at River Bend are hosted by Jane Gordon Julien. Jane, an essayist and journalist, is a longtime contributing writer to The New York Times. Her work has been published in magazines and newspapers throughout the country, including the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Northeast Magazine, and NBC/Today.com and was recently included in the anthology, “Words Matter.” She has served as an adjunct journalist professor at the University of Alabama-Birmingham and a guest lecturer at the University of Connecticut. Jane holds a master’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College, where she was an assistant editor at the literary journal Lumina, and a bachelor’s degree from the highly acclaimed University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.