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NONFICTION CLASS: Writing Life Stories

Find the encouragement to generate new work and keep writing WRITING LIFE STORIES with Robin Sauerwein   Join other writers in this informal class focused on recording stories. We will experiment with fun writing prompts to help generate new material and inspire you to keep going. We'll learn from each other and discuss challenges we…

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD: Writing Letters to Elected Officials

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD WRITING EFFECTIVE LETTERS TO YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS: CHILD CARE EDITION Write On is pleased to partner with the United Way of Door County to present a free, two-part program on writing letters to elected officials that have impact. This particular session focuses on the issue of child care. Learn effective strategies…

POETRY READING: Sheltering With Poems

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Write On and the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets! SHELTERING WITH POEMS: Community and Connection During COVID   Write On is proud to host a reading by contributors to the new poetry anthology created by the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets and published by Bent Paddle Press. Edited by Bruce Dethlefsen, Kathleen…

MULTI-GENRE WRITING WORKSHOP: The Art of Brevity

Explore flash fiction, prose poetry, and other short forms! THE ART OF BREVITY with Robin Sauerwein   Join fellow writer Robin Sauerwein for a three-hour workshop on the world of brevity. Try your hand at flash fiction, prose poetry, and micro-memoirs. Every word counts in this interactive workshop where we will play with a variety…

PLAYWRIGHTS’ CRITIQUE GROUP

  Write On partners with the Playwrights' Collective to present a virtual critique group for playwrights and scriptwriters to gather and discuss their work. Join us once a month to discover what the group is doing or to hear your work read aloud. This group is presented free of charge and is open to writers…

BOOK DISCUSSION: Great Lakes/Great Books

Discuss books that have the Great Lakes as setting or subject matter GREAT LAKES/GREAT BOOKS   A monthly book club discussing works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that have the Great Lakes as a setting or as subject matter. This month’s selection is What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope…

MAKE A BOOK PROGRAM: Mother’s Day Edition for Adults

Write On, Door County 4210 Juddville Rd, Fish Creek

Create a unique Mother's Day gift that will be treasured for years to come! MAKE A BOOK   Celebrate the Mother/Child relationship by creating a book to be treasured for years to come. This session is focused on adults. Pairs consisting of siblings, a child/parent, cousins, or other combination will spend time together creating a…

FICTION WORKSHOP: Briefly Told: An Introduction to Flash Fiction

BRIEFLY TOLD: A SHORT-SHORT INTRODUCTION TO FLASH FICTION with Betsy Finesilver Haberl Flash fiction stories are very short stories, ranging between one sentence and three pages long. Using published examples, there will be a discussion of the characteristics of flash fiction, including an emphasis on language and imagery as well as a strong use of…

POETRY WORKSHOP: “Finding” Poetry

A virtual workshop for teens and adults drawing on local natural history documents, with an emphasis on our relations with the natural world and the animals that inhabit it. “FINDING” POETRY: Making Poems from Historical Documents and Landscapes with Jane Desmond Using simple techniques of subtraction and selection, and working from texts that already exist,…

MAKE A BOOK PROGRAM: Mother’s Day Edition for Youth

Write On, Door County 4210 Juddville Rd, Fish Creek

Create a unique Mother's Day gift that will be treasured for years to come! MAKE A BOOK! Celebrate the Mother/Child relationship by creating a book to be treasured for years to come. This session is focused on youth and parent. Children ages 6 and older, as well as teens, are welcome to come with a…