Sunday March 29th from 12 noon to 3 pm at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre., 51 Stuart Street.
Join us for an afternoon of Storytelling with writer/playwright Marnie Woodrow as we explore combining historical and personal tales.
How do we turn found facts into compelling stories? What are the ethics of poetic license and where is the line between what really happened and that which makes for a great story? Where do YOU fit into the story you wish to tell? Learn to move from fact into fiction and back again with this workshop led by writer Marnie Woodrow
Please RSVP to Project Coordinator Lisa Pijuan-Nomura at firstname.lastname@example.org as spaces are limited.
All workshops are free and open to residents of the Central Neighbourhood.
Marnie Woodrow is the author of two short fiction collections, two novels and two full length plays. Her forthcoming novel, “Heyday” took her to archives, libraries and onto a roller coaster at Coney Island–many times. She is an editor, writing instructor and online mentor.