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NonFest: Elements of Creative Nonfiction and Memoir 21LA11-2

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Tuition: $300 | Supply Fee: $11

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$311.00 (USD)  

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This class is part of the North Shore Readers and Writers NonFest. Please visit the landing page here for a full description of the two NonFest tracks.  Do you have a story from life that you’re eager to write? Join Kathryn to bring your story to life and study foundational elements of memoir and personal (more…)

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NonFest: Memory and Poetry 21LA11-5

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Tuition: $450 | Supply Fee: $5

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$455.00 (USD)  

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This class is part of the North Shore Readers and Writers NonFest. Please visit the landing page here for a full description of the two NonFest tracks.  While exploring different facets of memory, students will create new poems that draw from their own personal storehouses. Most of the time will be spent creating new work (more…)

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NonFest: Fiction and Self in Short 21LA11-3

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Tuition: $600 | Supply Fee: $5

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$605.00 (USD)  

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This class is part of the North Shore Readers and Writers NonFest. Please visit the landing page here for a full description of the two NonFest tracks.  Spend a week writing in the space between lived experience and fiction and gain a deeper appreciation for the cross pollination between the two. Students will focus on (more…)

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NonFest: Poetry and History 21LA11-6

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Tuition: $450 | Supply Fee: $5

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$455.00 (USD)  

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This class is part of the North Shore Readers and Writers NonFest. Please visit the landing page here for a full description of the two NonFest tracks.  Read, discuss, and write from poems by contemporary poets that evoke and invoke history in various ways. Histories, whether personal, societal, or a combination thereof, often ask to (more…)