Save on fees and secure your place in Write On, Door County’s 2022 workshops and master classes by signing up now.
First up will be Telling True Stories: Memoir to Fiction, Jan. 24-28, with award-winning Dakota writer Diane Wilson. Participants will explore the elements that create the true, compelling stories that are foundational to both memoirs and novels.
The Young Writers Conference – for middle and high school students who are passionate about storytelling and creative writing – will be held March 18-19 at Sturgeon Bay High School. Sessions will include poetry, fiction, journalism, song writing, plays and writing for games/digital media. Register before Jan. 15 to save $25.
Lauren Ward, managing director of Write On, will teach a monthly workshop at Write On’s writing center for women who are interested in writing but may not have had access or time until now. This opportunity is free, thanks in large part to a grant from the Women’s Fund of Door County.
This program is open to all women of high school age and older and is currently planned for the second Saturday, 9-11 am, with a kickoff event set for the evening of Jan. 7. The first workshop will be held Jan. 8, 9-11 am. Capacity is limited to 12, so reserve your spot now by emailing [email protected].