The Rockingham Free Public Library and the Media Mentoring Project present a series of free writing workshops with local writer and teacher, Deborah Lee Luskin.
"Writing for Real" will be a 3-part series covering basic writing skills and techniques which are the foundation for creating clear, precise and powerful prose.
The workshops will be held at the Library on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. on Jan. 19, Feb. 2 and Feb. 9. Space is limited. To register call the Library at 463-4270, or Betsy Arney at The Commons 246-6397.
Luskin teaches writing and literature to non-traditional students in hospitals, libraries and prisons throughout Vermont. Luskin contributes a regular column to the Commons, is a commentator for Vermont Public Radio, and the author of the forthcoming novel, "Into The Wilderness."
This series is part of the Media Mentoring Project: Vt. Independent Media's (VIM) monthly program of seminars for writers of all skills and interests.