Polishing Your Written Work: A Four-Part Series
So you've written something. And you like it, but you're still not sure. Writing is communication. But communication is not what you say - it is what the reader hears. There are some important things to consider when evaluating a piece you've written: Does it say what you meant to say? Will readers get what you meant to say? Is it enjoyable to read? Will readers want to read it, and will they continue all the way through?
In this four-part writing workshop, we will explore methods for evaluating ,and revising your own written work, so that you are ready to share it with confidence and pride. Additional dates for this series are: Saturdays, October 28, November 4 and November 18.
Lisa Kleman, a former English Adjunct Professor, is now enjoying teaching Creative Writing while she researches, writes, and gives public talks about her relatives — the musical Dossenbachs — who lived in Rochester in the decades just before and after the turn of the 20th century.
Hosted by the Arts & Literature Division. Free and open to the public. Space is limited and registration is required. Please call 428-8375 for more information.
Rochester Writes is made possible by a grant from the Harold Hacker Fund for the Advancement of Libraries, the Rochester Regional Library Council and the Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library.
- Saturday, October 21, 2017
- 10:30am - 12:00pm
- Central - Rundel Arts Room
- Central Library
- Subject - Writing