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Writers Workshop:

Saturday July 31, 2021 at 2pm: andrea bennett presents a workshop on writing and publishing memoirs about identities in flux with andrea bennett on Sat. July 31 at 2pm at TAC (RSVP required – tap the button below or email whattheplusart@gmail.comand Covid-19 protocols fully enforced. Face masks required.
LGTBQ+ Memoir Workshop: How to Write the Self, When the Self Is in Flux
(Limited space, so sign up today! email giovanni at whattheplusart@gmail.com

Duration: 2 hours (2pm-4pm)

Location: The Art Centre qathet Public Art Gallery
215 – 6975 Alberni Street Powell River, BC, Canada V8A 2B8

Cost: FREE! We will accept donations if you are able.

This workshop will give tips and tricks about how to research and write memoir as a queer person, even if—or especially if—one’s self-conception has changed over the course of one’s life. We’ll begin with a writing exercise, talk about some techniques for researching and writing, and discuss some publication basics. 

“It is a queer memoir workshop where writers can get some publishing tips/ask publishing questions, There will be some writing time, and we’ll use some techniques to practice writing a scene.”- andrea bennett.

NEW Zoom Option!

Topic: LGBTQ+ Memoir Workshop – with andrea bennett
Time: Jul 31, 2021 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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This workshop will be given by andrea bennett, a National Magazine Award–winning writer and editor, and the author of Like a Boy but Not a Boy, a CBC Books’ pick for the top Canadian nonfiction of 2020.