It will be fun and interactive. In the wake of a pandemic, this workshop may (will likely) take a different turn than I expected, when I developed the class. You may write about travel outwardly and concretely in the past, present, or future, or travel inwardly and metaphorically.
During the four weeks we will explore the Hero’s Journey. You will write an essay or story of 500-2500 words about preparing for a journey, then revise it, have it critiqued by the other writers, and finally polish the piece.
Though online and at a distance, the class will be interactive and flexible to meet your writing level and interests. We will learn with and from each other.
On April 27, 2019, the Wrede little one-room country schoolhouse, just outside of Fredericksburg, Texas, hosted ten students for inspiration and tutoring in the art of travel journal writing. The organizers promoted the workshop as Vacation Journal Writing, which attracted people from their early teens to their mid-seventies. Continue reading “Vacation Travel Journal Writing Workshop”→
I am right handed, so how can I steady a cantaloupe without the middle finger of my left hand while cutting it up? How can I keep it from slipping and then spilling juice and contents? How can I hold the fruit firm enough not to cut myself? Very carefully.
How can I type the E, D, and C letters on the computer without that middle finger? Slowly and with lots of mistakes.