Bronx Memoir Project: (tell a friend!)
Greetings from the Bronx Writers Center!
The Bronx Memoir Project seeks to collect stories written by Bronx residents, about themselves and by themselves, for an anthology to be published this summer. Open to all current Bronx residents.
Stories should be between 500 and 1,000 words in length and can be emailed to email@example.com (on or before June 5, 2014).
Below is a list of the remaining workshops. Those for women and teens are strictly for those groups, but the rest are open to anyone. You can direct any questions about this to me if necessary. I’m in the office Monday-Thursday.
Also, Orlando Ferrand will be conducting a workshop en español on May 31, if you would like to tell someone about that.
We want to hear your story, Bronxites!
May 17 – Poe Park Visitor Center – with Alicia Anabel Santos – (11am-1pm)
May 20 – The Point (teen and young women’s group) – with Vanessa Mártir – (6:30pm-8:30pm)
May 21 – Bronx Documentary Center – with Urayoán Noel – (7pm-9pm)
May 22 – Mind Builders – Graphic Novel Memoir Making with Alex Simmons – (7pm-9pm)
May 28 – Bronx Documentary Center – with Urayoan Noel – (7pm-9pm)
May 29 – Mind Builders – Graphic Novel Memoir Making with Alex Simmons – (7pm-9pm)
May 31 – Bronx Library Center – con Orlando Ferrand en español – (12pm-2pm)
May 31 – Poe Park Visitor Center – with Rich Villar – (11am-1pm)
May 31 – Poe Park Visitor Center – Women’s Memoir Workshop with Vanessa Mártir – (1pm-3pm)
Join me as I facilitate two amazing memoir writing workshops.
Write ten (10) minute scenes!
The only way to begin telling a story is to write it. Join me for two FREE memoir writing workshops where we will begin at the beginning. For two writing sessions I will guide you in getting to the heart of your story.
Saturday, May 3rd @ 11:00AM-1:00PM and
Saturday, May 17th @ 11:00AM-1:00PM
Bronx Memoir Project Workshop with Alicia Anabel Santos.
Location: Poe Park Visitor Center
2640 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10458
Bronx Council on The Arts:
“The Bronx Memoir Project, created by the Bronx Council on the Arts, seeks to develop and collect various (500-1000-word) memoir fragments written by people of all ages, races, genders, nationalities and backgrounds currently residing in the Bronx. This will be achieved by deploying memoir writing facilitators to different cultural destinations throughout the borough from March…
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