Free Memoir Writing Workshop at Grinton I. Will Library Taught by Rachel Levine

To celebrate the richness of personal stories, the Grinton I. Will Library on Central Park Avenue soon hosts an exciting opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to write about their life. Award-winning writer Rachel Levine leads this free memoir writing workshop spanning four Thursdays, from March 7 to March 28, from 11am t0 1pm.

Many of us want to share our story. Sometimes it’s just for our family, sometimes it’s for the world. Whatever your reason, writing a memoir can be an exciting, fun, sometimes transformative experience. Whether you’ve already begun penning your life’s journey, have a vague idea, or are entirely clueless about where to start.

Emphasizing inclusivity, participants require no prior writing experience. Furthermore there’s no obligation to share your work if you’re not comfortable doing so.

The workshop comprises four two-hour sessions, each designed to guide participants through the intricacies of memoir writing. Registration is for ALL four sessions.

Please note that enrollment is limited to 12 individuals. The minimum enrollment threshold is set at 8, so early registration is encouraged.

To enroll or inquire further, interested participants are invited to reach out to Rachel Levine via email at [email protected]

Rachel Levine is an award winning writer of many genres of fiction, with an MFA in fiction. She has taught writing at Inter-Village Continuing Education, and at various locations in Westchester County. She is also the author of “Brooklyn Valentine.”

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