WESTPORT, Conn. -- For those who have always wanted to write, but are not sure how to start, the Westport Library is offering a five-session weekly series of interactive workshops beginning Saturday, Oct. 31, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the Library’s Seminar Room.
Kicking off November’s National Novel Writing Month, author Judith Marks-White will lead the classes, which will continue every Saturday through Dec. 5 (except Nov. 28). Participants may take one class, or all five.
Sessions are limited to 20 people, and there is a $5 fee per session. Register HERE for each of the classes.
Marks-White has designed and taught creative writing programs and and is an adjunct Professor of English/Writing at Norwalk Community College. She is the recipient of numerous writing awards including recognition for her weekly award-winning humor column in the Westport News.
Her articles and feature stories appear in magazines, anthologies and newspapers throughout the country.
Her debut novel, "Seducing Harry," was followed by "Bachelor Degree," which won an Elle Magazine Reader’s Prize Book Award.
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