Write When You Wonder, Write When You Wander

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Write When You Wonder, Write When You Wander, PEI School of the Arts, North Rustico, July 4-8, with Dianne Hicks Morrow
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Through guided writing exercises, you’ll explore your own wonder and wanderings, both inner and outer.  Your resulting writing will surprise you. And who knows where it will lead you — into writing a journal, a memoir, story, poem or play — it’s your choice.  A desire to explore your world through writing is all that’s required. You’ll have the opportunity to receive useful feedback on your new writing from the group, in a supportive environment, as well as the option to bring up to ten pages of previous writing for written feedback from the facilitator.

By the end of this five-day workshop, you’ll have written a body of new work, and determined how to shape it to suit your goals. You’ll have read your new writing to the group for helpful feedback based on group guidelines. You’ll have met one-to-one with the facilitator to discuss her written response to your writing. You’ll have the opportunity to give a public reading to the whole school, and guests, on the final afternoon.
Dianne Hicks Morrow is an award-winning poet, writing workshop facilitator, past president of
 the PEI Writers’ Guild, and recipient of the 2008 Award for Distinguished
 Contribution to the Literary Arts on PEI. Acorn Press Canada published
 her book of poetry, Long Reach Home, and her non-fiction book of interviews, Kindred Spirits: Relationships that Spark the Soul. She has a new book of poetry being published this year.
Pre-registration is recommended by May 31st. For more information,www.peischoolofthearts.com.
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