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Writing Workshop Program: Dave Griffith At Jennings County Historical Society

May 28, 2024
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM ET

North American House
134 Brown Street
Vernon, IN 47282

DAVE GRIFFITH WILL PRESENT A WRITING WORKSHOP on Tuesday, MAy 28, at Jennings County Historical Society.

The Jennings County Historical Society and Perceptions have been awarded a grant through the Indiana Authors Program. The grant provides an Indiana Author to conduct a writing workshop. We want to invite you to this workshop. You may have always wanted to write your family’s history for your grandchildren? Is there a hidden storyteller within you? Wish you could keep a journal full of your life’s adventures? Want to tell veteran’s stories? If you know you need to record your stories or the stories of your church or school but procrastinate not knowing if you have the art of telling the story, the Jennings County Writing Workshop is for you. It’s a short one day workshop with author David Griffin for the express purpose of exploring how to write your stories. It will explore how to organize your writing and resources to get started, how to set goals, and explore writing. It could be poetry, narratives, captions for photographs, or even graphic pictorials.

When: May 28, 2024
Where: Jennings County Historical Society’s North American House in Vernon, Indiana
Time: 10a.m. to 3p.m.
10a.m. Coffee and donuts
10:15 Introduction of David Griffith
10:30 Round-robin introduction of attendees and each ones’ goals
11 David Griffin…presentation and workshop
12 Noon Break for lunch (have short digital art show/yoga by Perceptions)
1:00 Resume workshop and writing
1:30-2:30 Interactive discussion of writing projects?
2:30-3 Round-up– Questions

Feel free to telephone us if you have questions 812-346-8989 or email jenninghistoricalsociety@gmail.com.

DAVE GRIFFITH is the author of A Good War is Hard to Find: The Art of Violence in America, a collection of essays reflecting on how images of violence in film, literature, and news media shape our collective understanding of violence as a means of solving problems. For the past two decades, Dave has been leading creative writing workshops for writers of all ages and levels of experience. Formerly director of creative writing at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, he now serves as a professor in the Center for University Advising at the University of Notre Dame. He lives in South Bend, where he directs Write Differently, a program offering workshops for young writers on the autism spectrum.