Feb 22 – Mar 15, 7 – 9pm >>
With poetry and prose prompts, Sheree will guide participants in first-burst writing activities and in using these activities as a point of departure for new work or works-in-progress. There will also be discussion on writing as a spiritual practice.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Sheree Fitch’s first two books, Toes in My Nose (1987) and Sleeping Dragons All Around (1989), launched her career as a poet, rhymester, and a “kind of Canadian female Dr. Seuss.” Since then, she has won almost every major award for Canadian children’s literature, including the Vicky Metcalfe Award for a Body of Work Inspirational to Canadian Children. She has more than 25 books to her credit, including her latest book for children, Summer Feet, and a collection of moments, You Won’t Always Be This Sad. Her poem “Because We Love, We Cry,” written after the tragic events in Portapique, NS, has just been published as a keepsake book by Nimbus.
Location: Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia (online with Zoom)
Dates of 4-week workshop: Mondays, Feb. 22 + Mar. 1 + Mar. 8 + Mar. 15 (7:00pm to 9:00pm)
Price: $214 (incl. 1-year WFNS membership for 2021)
Member Price: $149
Registration for this workshop is closed.