Ready to speed up your writing process? Learn how to get more words on the page in this productivity focused writing workshop!
We’re going to get under the hood to tune up your writing technique with simple writing tools and tricks that help you:
• Get to the page faster
• Get more done when you write
• Boost the quality of your writing
We’ll do some fast and furious writing in this workshop, so bring your favorite writing implements (notebook, laptop, stone slab and chisel) and a few scenes from a story you’re working on (fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction all welcome).
About the Instructor: Daryll Lynne Evans began her writing career as a playwright with the Performing Arts Conservatory in Colorado, where she also taught theatre and play writing to youth. She has an MFA in fiction from Purdue University, where she taught creative writing and worked with Sycamore Review. She has taught writing workshops as part of the Loose Leaf Writing Series in Indiana, and for the Mid-Valley chapter of Willamette Writers in Eugene, and had been a presenter at Wordcrafters, Willamette Writers, and South Coast Writers conferences. She directs Wordcrafters in Eugene
The class size is limited to 25 and will be held in the Library Meeting Room inside Springfield City Hall. To ensure your spot please sign-up at the library’s reference desk or by calling 541-726-3766. Walk-in participants will be welcome as long as there are spaces available.
Each month, the Springfield Public Library hosts a free writing workshop for the public, presented by Wordcrafters in Eugene. All are welcome to join the free writing workshops. Adult library events are made possible by a sponsorship from the Springfield Public Library Foundation.
Wordcrafters provides writers and readers opportunities to strengthen their craft, deepen their connection with literature, and share their knowledge with each other and with future generations. Wordcrafters offers an annual writing conference, year-round writing classes and retreats, young writers camps and workshops, and Writers in the Schools.
For more information contact Mark Riddle on (541) 726-2238 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All events are free and open to the public.