The Gift of Personal Writing

01/06/2022 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM ET


Charlotte Lit's Studio Two
1817 Central Avenue, Room 208
Charlotte, NC 28205


This class, based on Melinda Ferguson's book of the same name, describes how to find time to journal, set up your space, protect your privacy, what to write about, the health benefits of journaling, and best of all, how to relax and enjoy writing. Non-judgmental personal writing helps you feel more centered, more in control of your life, and draws out your unique creativity. Personal writing is a practice that gifts you with time to relax and be alone with your thoughts.

About the Instructor: Melinda Ferguson was born a Buckeye, then was a New Yorker for decades, and is now a new resident of the Queen City. She is a writer, teacher, and—for nearly 20 years—a workshop facilitator in journal and memoir writing. She is passionate about writing as a tool for exploring life, and believes a successful writer is one who writes. She has a BA from Miami University, an MA from Columbia University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Southampton. She has been an editor for Warner, Walker, and Macmillan, and an adjunct professor at SCCC (NY) and CPCC.

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