Exploring Our Five Senses

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In this one-day, three-hour class, beginning writers will explore their five senses and how they can be used to enhance their writing. Using writing prompts, participants will be shown images, listen to music, and also experience touch, taste, and smell. After responding to the writing prompts, participants will have the chance to share their work with others if they choose. This will be a fun class and give writers an awareness of the importance of using sensory descriptions in their writing. Note: Please bring your own food for the experience of taste if you have any allergy concerns.

About Cheryl Somers Aubin

Cheryl Somers Aubin has been writing and publishing for almost 25 years, and her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Boston Globe, Foundation Magazine and other newspapers, magazines, and online journals. She has a Master of Arts degree in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Cheryl teaches memoir writing and is a featured speaker at personal history writing symposia, writing conferences and workshops. Her book, The Survivor Tree: Inspired by a True Story, is available at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum and online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. She presents about her book at book festivals, elementary and high schools, senior citizen group meetings and book clubs. The website for the book is www.thesurvivortree.com. Her non-fiction and fiction work can be seen on her website at http://www.cherylaubin.com.

Seats

17 seats available
Workshopnon-member price
$50.00
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