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When

Occurs on Thursday February 20 2020

Approximate running time: 2 hours

Venue

Workman Arts Theatre
651 Dufferin Street
Toronto ON M6K 2B2

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× Want to explore telling your life story? What stories are important to tell? How do we write about ourselves and others? Join me as we explore writing our stories using a variety of fiction and non-fiction techniques including poetry, letters, essays, short-stories and traditional memoir. This class will focus on memoir prompts, and getting your work published. This class will provide space for peer critique and feedback. Select classes on publishing will be open to all Workman Arts members and will be advertised closer to the dates.

Instructor: Emily Gillespie

Emily has a BA in English and an MA in Critical Disability Studies from York University. Dancing with Ghosts (Leaping Lion Books, 2017) is her first novel. In 2018, she won a contest for her short-story “D is for Despair,” sponsored by the Ontario Book Publishers Organization. Her poetry was recently featured in the Inkwell Anthology, I Am a Lake. “No Room at the Inn,” a short story adapted from her second novel will be included as part of the Nothing without Us, anthology by Renaissance Press fall 2019. She is currently drafting her second novel, teaching creative writing, and experimenting with zines as well as performance art.

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