Reflecting Through Writing
Adult Enrichment / Writing & Literature -
Join us for this welcoming and inclusive class that offers participants the opportunity to use writing as a form of reflection. Students will use their words to explore a variety of topics, including work, relationships, their identities, and other personal subjects worthy of reflection. We will generate a great deal of new writing, share our work (for those who feel comfortable doing so), and revise to further clarify, perhaps working towards publication. Each session will involve prompts to awaken your writing mind, readings of essays to inspire, and a longer generative session based around a prompt, a specific writing structure, or a creative nonfiction form. Writers at all levels of practice are welcome.
Judy McClure is a writer and educator who works and lives in Boston. She writes creative nonfiction that focuses on nature, relationships, education, and identity. She is the winner of the 2021 Friends of the Chautauqua Writers’ Center prose prize and is a graduate of Grub Street’s Essay Incubator.