Prose with Maureen Dunphy (Night class): Mahany/Meininger Community Center, 3500 Marais, Royal Oak, 48073, Wednesdays, April 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13 & 20, 7pm-9pm. Begin—or return to—that writing project of your dreams. Learn how to set writing goals that work for you and then discover the techniques that can help you achieve them. Share works in progress with a supportive group while you practice using the paths employed by successful writers to continue writing, achieve your objectives, and move toward completing your project, regardless of your genre. Workshop is limited to 8 participants. Dunphy’s book Great Lakes Island Escapes: Ferries and Bridges to Adventure, a 2017 Michigan Notable Book (Wayne State University Press). Her juvenile nonfiction book All About the Great Lakes (Blue River Press, 2020) will be released in June. Dunphy earned her MFA in fiction writing from Goddard College. She has been published in Peninsula: Essays and Memoirs from Michigan (Michigan State University Press, 2000) and in Between the Lines: Writing What You Couldn’t Say (Plain View Press, 2000). She has taught creative writing courses at Oakland University, Oakland Community College-Orchard Ridge and the University of Windsor. Owner of Dunphy Consulting Services, LLC, she is interested in helping you write your way into your future and offers coaching services for writers, writing workshops and retreats, assistance with book proposals and manuscripts, and editing and proofreading services. Limited to 8 participants.
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