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PROSE WORKSHOP: Felt Landscapes
September 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Incorporate natural surroundings in your fiction or nonfiction
FELT LANDSCAPES: A Prose Workshop with Brooke McEwen
How does a writer shape a sense of place? How does place function in prose to transport us and bring us home? In this hands-on, generative workshop we’ll explore texts and writing techniques that deepen the connection between our inner lives and exterior landscapes. We’ll also look at how to use attention to sensory details of our natural surroundings as a writing tool. Writers of all experience levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.
THIS PROGRAM IS PRESENTED IN PERSON. PLEASE READ OUR COVID-19 POLICY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
This workshop will be presented in person at the writing center, making use of both outdoor and indoor spaces, weather permitting. Please dress appropriately for a possible hike of the property. Tuition for the 90-minute workshop is $45. Write On members receive a 10% discount. To become a member and save, please click here. This program is appropriate for teens as well as adults. To register online for this workshop, please click the button below. For other registration options, please call 920.868.1457.
Brooke McEwen is a writer-educator originally from Indiana. A journalist by training who has written for regional and national publications, she recognized a desire to contribute to youth development of critical reading, writing, and media literacy skills. In turning from the newsroom to the classroom, she has taught middle school English Language Arts as well as college writing workshops and composition at Mount Mary University, where she has also served as an academic coach for first-generation college students. Brooke received an MFA from Bennington College, where she was a graduate teaching fellow. In 2019, Brooke read at the inaugural Bennington Midwest Salon in Chicago. She was awarded a fellowship with the Los Angeles Review of Books Publishing Workshop in 2020. Her work recently placed as a finalist in the 2021 Tennessee Williams Writing Competition. Brooke speaks Spanish and has a keen interest in Latin American fiction. She has a particular passion for prairies and oak savannas, the American Midwest, media literacy, interfaith dialogue, and equity and inclusivity in the classroom. She is an active member of The Prairie Enthusiasts and lives with her husband and orange tabby in Wisconsin.
COVID-19 POLICY: Due to the ever-evolving status of the COVID-19 pandemic, Write On, Door County will now be requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test result within 48 hours of any classes, workshops, or conferences. An image of a vaccine card or an image of negative test results within 48 hours of the Write On event are both acceptable. Both are not required – only one is necessary.
To submit your vaccination or negative test status, please contact Artistic Director Jerod Santek.