Summer Memoir Workshop in Prague July 3 - 11, 2008
Early registration ends soon:
$100 off Early Registration for Memoir Workshop in Prague (offer
good until January 15, 2008)
Summer Memoir Workshop in Prague July 3 - 11, 2008 taught by
Patricia Foster, award winning author and University of Iowa
Writing Programs Professor.
Memoir Writing Workshop in Prague, July 3 - 11, 2008 The Memoir
Writing Workshop will take place in historic Prague, one of the
most beautifully preserved cities in Europe. Prague is city of
gorgeous old cafes, grand Baroque and Art Nouveau buildings, and
cobblestone streets of pastel colored houses. It is a city full of
museums, music, and theatre.
Our Memoir Writing Workshop is for participants of all levels of
writing experience. We will do exercises to jump-start our
memories, discover vivid details in ordinary moments, experiment
with structure, and create a narrative “I". The workshop is
designed to help you discover what you want to say and how you want
to say it, explore the many possibilities of structure and
character, and focus on the journey of your writer's process. We
learn from each other's writing and ideas in a supportive
Class meets 3.5 hours per day. Class size is limited.
Reserve your space in advance.
Teachers and college students can also get 3 university credits
taking any of these workshops for an additional fee.
Pricing: From $1,950 including tuition and accommodations.
Memoir Writing Workshop in Prague
Special Offer: Limited time only. $100 off Early Registration
(offer good until 1/15/2008).
Patricia Foster is the author of three books of nonfiction and
nonfiction and the editor of three anthologies of nonfiction. Her
memoir, All the Lost Girls, was published the University of Alabama
Press in 2000. She is a professor in the MFA Nonfiction Writing
Workshop at the University of Iowa. Just beneath My Skin
(University of Georgia Press, 2004), her latest book, is a
collection of essays that explores autobiography as a means of
creative self-examination. She is the editor of Minding the Body:
Women Writers on Body and Soul (Anchor/Doubleday, 1994),
Sister to Sister (Anchor/Doubleday, 1996), The Healing Circle
co-edited with Mary Swander (Dutton, 1998). She has received the
PEN/Jerard Fund Award, the Mary Roberts Rinehart Award, the
Hoepfner Award, and four Alabama Arts & Humanities
grants. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times Book
Review, Vogue, and the Chronicle for Higher Education. For more
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