Write a Family Treasure

University Club of Indiana University - Interest Groups - Write a Family TreasureDo you love to recount childhood adventures? Was there an event that changed your life? The University Club is considering a new interest group, Write a Family Treasure, which will inspire members to write about their life and help them get started. It would meet once a month. Each meeting would last about 2 hours. The first meeting would cover some of the fundamentals about writing about yourself: what form your writing might take, how to overcome the impediments to writing, and what tools are available. It would include writing prompts and a little time to write. In subsequent meetings, group members would discuss their progress and share some of their writing. These meetings would also include additional prompts and time to write. If you are interested in this group, please contact Wendy Teller at teller@rcn.com or call her at (812) 334-7974.

 

Chair:
Wendy Teller (812) 334-7974 teller@rcn.com

 

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