Writing Motherhood

with instructor Adrienne Garrison


Date & Time

Wednesday, October 12 | 6:30pm - 8:00pm

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Writing Motherhood is a class for writers of all levels who are interested in preserving and processing their experiences as mothers through narrative essay. This two-hour workshop will focus on generating ideas, narrowing scope, capturing emotional tone, and the merits of both published and private writing practices. Writers will leave with a list of future writing ideas, 100-200 words of personal narrative, and encouragement and guidance for beginning a regular writing routine. Whether you are an expectant mother, or have decades of experience, you are welcome here.

Class materials will be provided.

About the Instructor

Adrienne Garrison is a writer and educator living in Bloomington, Indiana with her husband and their three little ones. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific University and her short stories

have been published in Literary Mama and LETTERS Journal. Her essays have appeared in Coffee + Crumbs, where she is a contributing writer, and New Millennium Writings.