Thursday September 12 6 to 8pm
Join us for this one-night workshop on using writing in recovery. We’ll experiment with the many ways that we can use writing for personal growth, fun and creativity. Of, course we use writing when we do step work, and many people in recovery want to learn more about journaling, creative writing, poetry, fiction or memoir.
In this workshop we’ll try a sampling of writing exercises and techniques. We’ll also talk about how to start your writing project, and how to keep going. You’ll learn, you’ll laugh and you’ll write.
This is a workshop for women and men from all twelve-step programs.
Workshop fee includes materials: $20.00
To register: Please email Diane at: dianeOcameron@gmail.com
Diane Cameron is an award-winning writer and teacher. She writes about the history and politics of addiction and mental illness, and she is a columnist for the Albany Times Union and other newspapers across the United States. Diane is the author of three books: Out of the Woods—a guide to long-term recovery; Looking for Signs—a collection of essays, and Never Leave Your Dead, about military trauma. Diane is passionate about recovery and about helping new writers get started.