This nonfiction writing class is designed for writers who want to express issues related to their cultural heritage. The class will include reading and discussion, as well as in-class writing exercises. Participants may also bring writing samples to workshop.
Event begins at 10:00AM
Presented by: The Writer's Center
Featured Artist(s): Willona Sloan
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