Two More Classes Added to The Mill's Winter Lineup
Updated: Jan 6
Because the class proved to be popular, The Mill has brought back, for the winter term, a fall-term, single-session class called, Nurture Your Writing: 10 Tips for the Care and Feeding of Your Creativity. Response was good, and the instructor, Laura Winkelspecht, thought why not hold it again? We all could use the practice of flexing our creative muscles, and Nurture Your Writing . . . is a better gymnasium than many. See our Classes page for the details and to register. (Sorry, because the enrollment quota could not be reached, Nurture Your Writing is now canceled (as of 1/6/2021). Look for future offerings of this class on our website.)
Jill Swenson has also taken up the creativity theme. Her class for the winter term is called "Generative Writing Workshop" and offers three February sessions. "Whether you write poetry, fiction, memoir, or nonfiction," she says, "this workshop is intended for you to stretch, take risks, try something new, and offer encouragement rather than critique." Each ninety-minute session will have exercises that inspire your imagination. You'll also have timed writing assignments in each session, with other exercises given to work on between sessions. See The Mill's Classes page for more details and to register.
Both of the new classes are virtual via Zoom. Enrollees will receive a Zoom link to join the sessions. Don't forget that we also have three other new winter-term classes: Lessons That Seven Poets Can Teach Us: First Series and Lessons that Seven Poets Can Teach Us: Second Series. Both of those classes will be taught by poet and Mill teacher, Tom Montag. Emily Bowles's class is also available: Virginia Woolf and the Gendered Sentence. You can see all of our classes' details and register on our Classes page.
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