HOLDERNESS — Writers are encouraged to attend a two-day interpretive writing workshop called "How to Create Stories that Make a Difference" held on Saturday and Sunday, September 20 and 21. This program will held at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The workshop is designed for interpreters of all experience levels who are involved or plan to be involved in interpretive writing or editing. It will focus on the art and craft of interpretive writing through facilitated discussion, in-class exercises, and sharing results. By the end of the workshop, attendees will understand the critical components of interpretive writing, have the tools for organizing, editing, and dodging writer's block, and how to create writing worth reading.
The workshop presenter, Judy Fort Brenneman, is owner of Greenfire Creative, LLC and author of The Art and Craft of Interpretive Writing, is an award-winning writer and playwright, writing coach, and speaker. Her work has helped companies and agencies define their vision, inspire their employees and volunteers, educate their audiences, and increase their sales. Judy is an active member of NAI, the Council for the Interpretation of Native Peoples, International Museum Theatre Alliance, and AAM.
Registration for the two-day workshop is $395 per person and includes all workshop materials, handouts, a copy of The Art and Craft of Interpretive Writing, and coffee, tea, and snacks. Crack open your creativity, energize your writing, and reveal new talents and skills at this workshop.
More information is available online at www.nhnature.org/programs/calendar.php or 603-968-7194.