Write On, Door County offers a special one-day writing workshop for nature lovers. “Writing Nature Nearby: Place, Process, and Presence,” will be led by visiting writer, book artist, and naturalist Amber Stoner on Jan. 28, 1 – 4 pm, at The Ridges Sanctuary.
Participants will discuss and write about the importance of place, memory and nature. Discover nature’s role in the writing process as you create your own handmade nature journal. No previous writing experience is required.
Stoner is a writer, editor and book artist living in Minnesota. She’s also a hiker, paddler, trail runner, mom, yoga enthusiast and volunteer. Stoner was a Loft Mentor Series finalist in Creative Nonfiction in 2010 and 2011. Her writing has appeared in River Teeth blog, Creative Nonfiction, and MinnPost.com. Her handmade books have been in exhibition at Minnesota Center for Book Arts and included on The Floating Library, a Minnesota public art project. She has edited nonfiction books, essays, novels and screenplays.
Tuition is $45. Members of The Ridges are eligible for special pricing; contact 920.868.1457 for more information. For more information about the class or to register, visit writeondoorcounty.org.